Authenticate users with other platforms using Azure AD B2C in public web forms

Enable authentication

After saving a form, go to Settings → Access where you can find Access management and toggle Allow only authenticated users to enable authentication.

First toggle Allow only authenticated users and select Azure AD B2C:

Allow only authenticated users (Azure AD B2C)

Set up AAD B2C tenant

You will need to create an Azure Active Directory B2C tenant and specify it in Tenant ID:

Azure AD B2C Tenant ID

You will then need to register a web application in Azure AD B2C tenant:

Register a web application

Inside redirect URI select ‘Single-page application (SPA)’ option:

Single-page application

Add the following URL inside and save:

After saving, you can copy Application (client) ID of the web application:

Copy Application ID

And paste it to the form’s settings Access Management → Application ID:

Paste Application ID to form's settings

Create a sign up and sign in user flow

Finally, you’ll need to create a Sign up/sign in user flow in Azure AD B2C tenant:

Create Sign up/sign in user flow

After creating flow, make sure to select Display Name, Email Addresses, and all other fields that you need in flow’s application claims and save:

Select Display Name and Email Addresses in flow's application claims

Now, copy the name of the flow and paste it in form’s settings Access Management → Sign up/Sign in flow:

Paste flow name into Sign up/Sign in flow

You can use other popular platforms for authentication, just go to Identity providers, and click the provider that you’d like to use:

Identity providers

Inside of each Identity Provider you’ll find an instruction on how to set them up.

Use other platforms


Find out how you enable Google account authentication.


Find out how you enable Facebook account authentication.


Find out how you enable Twitter account authentication.


Find out how you enable LinkedIn account authentication.


Find out how you enable GitHub account authentication.

Limit to one submit

You can restrict submissions to just one per user:

Allow users to submit the form just once

If you do — you can also allow users to go back to form and edit their submission (each edit counts as a separate submission):

Allow users to submit the form just once

Restrict access

Finally, you can restrict access to specific users by enabling Restrict access to specific users or groups (Azure AD) :

Restrict access to a domain

This will require you to authorize the app to access domain and retrieve information about the users:

Grant permissions to the permissions

On top of that, you will also be able to select specific Azure Active Directory groups or even individual users to provide access to:

Limit access to specific users/Azure AD groups

Users without permissions will not be able to access the form:

No access to the form