I had a question about passwordless.
Does Auth0 do anything like save cookie on the user’s browser?
During testing I forwarded my passwordless link to a colleague and when they clicked on it they got an error saying that the code was not recognized.
This is not an issue, I just wanted to know if that is the case and if there is any additional documentation around some of the implementation details around the passwordless flow.
Thanks for reaching out to the Auth0 Community!
Yes, Auth0 saves the cookies on the user’s browser. On your Auth0 Dashboard, there should be a Login Session Management setting to adjust your session settings.
Have you taken a look at our Passwordless documentation? It goes into more details about the Passwordless implementation.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
I think your answer is not quite related to what I was curious about.
I understand persistant sessions as they relate to the universal login flow. A user with a cookie, doesn’t need to re-enter their password.
What I am asking for is different (at least as far as I can tell):
- User A arrives at our Login page (universal login, with custom html).
- They enter their email, and an email is sent to them
- Instead of opening the e-mail and clicking on the link,
- User A forwards the email with the link to User B who does not have access to the computer that User A is using.
Can User B access the application using the link that was shared with them?
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