Support password reset ticket's result_url parameter in New Universal Login

Feature: Support the result_url parameter in password reset tickets for New Universal Login

Description/Use-case: We are trying to implement invite functionality by following the guide in the Auth0 documentation here: Send Email Invitations for Application Signup. Specifically, we’re using the route where a user is pre-created, and then a password reset ticket is generated and we email it to the invited user ourselves. This approach was appealing to us because we thought it would give us full control over the result_url and allow us to add query string parameters (which is important for our invite flow).

However, neither that page nor the Management API documentation for Create a Password Change Ticket makes it clear that the result_url parameter of the the Password Change Ticket request is only supported by the Classic Universal Login. (We did open a support ticket about this, so the docs may have been updated with this information now.)

This is a problem for us, because we use the New Universal Login, and we don’t want to switch to Classic. We’ve seen this post: Why is password change/reset redirect not working?, and are already aware that New Universal Login does support redirecting the user to the “Tenant Login URI”. But as mentioned above, this is useless for us since we need to be able to set query string parameters for each individual Password Change Ticket when we create it.

Please consider adding support for result_url to the New Universal Login; this would bring it closer to feature parity with the Classic Universal Login, and I’m sure we’re not the only company that would appreciate the additional flexibility here.

Hi @connect-admin,

Welcome to the Auth0 Community!

Thank you so much for creating this detailed feedback request.

Let’s hope it attracts as many votes as possible to include support for the result_url parameter with the New Universal Login.

Have a great rest of your day!

Thank you.

This plus being able to log the user in automatically following the password reset would be a great improvement