Is passwordless + password supposed to work with universal login or not?

I’m confused about the state of passwordless login and its compatibility with password login when using Universal Login.

Is this post still substantially correct:
Use both Passwordless and Password in Universal Login ?

IE even though the initial login for universal login starts with providing an e-mail:
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The next UX only follows with either password or passwordless for all circumstances, and can’t route to one vs. the other based on the email that was provided or some kind of heuristic (e.g. make a specific email domain use passwords and others use passwordless)?

So you essentially have to customize and have separate login screens/buttons for password login vs. passwordless login that would use separate custom setups with Lock or something similar?

Hello, @dgsan

The compatibility between passwordless and password login in Universal Login has evolved. According to the latest information, it is possible to use both methods within the New Universal Login experience. You can direct users to either passwordless or password login by appending the connection query parameter to your request. This means you can customize the login flow based on the user’s email domain or other criteria without needing separate login screens for each method. For a more detailed guide on configuring this, you can refer to the official documentation. It’s always a good idea to check the most recent documentation or community discussions for the latest updates and best practices.

I hope it’s helpful for you.

Best Regard,
Katherine Neufeld

It sounds like that means the decision/criteria have to be evaluated in the front end and Auth0 will only use the chosen method (IE doesn’t have a fallback or through to a different connection) in that case?