Third-party Authentication Add-on for Google. Customer Guide.#

The following configuration will allow the customers to configure the Google OAuth application to implement authentication with Google accounts on their LMS sites.

Integration requisites

  • It is required to have your LMS site in a domain of your own.

  • Enterprise or performance subscription with the add-on third-party authentication enabled.

Configuring the Google OAUTH Application#

  1. Log in to your Google account to access The developer's console.

  1. Create a new API project for the integration with the LMS site.

    1. Select New Project.

    2. Enter your Project Name.

    3. Press Create.

  1. Enable the Google +API service.

  1. Go to the OAuth consent screen and configure your app according to the needs and requirements for your initiative.

Configuring Your Project in the Google Console#

  1. On your project, create a set of authorization credentials. Go to The credentials page and define.

    • Authorization type: Web complication.

    • Name: The name of your OAuth 2.0 client. This name is only used to identify the client in the console and will not be shown to end-users.

  1. Set the Redirect Authorized JavaScript origins to https://YOURLMSDOMAIN (without trailing /).

  2. Set the Authorized redirect URIs to https://YOURLMSDOMAIN/auth/complete/google-oauth2/.

  1. Provide eduNEXT with the credentials recently created.

    The client ID and client secret can be found at the top-right corner or can be downloaded in a JSON file.


The credentials look like the example below.

      "redirect_uris":[" https://YOURLMSDOMAIN/auth/complete/google-oauth2/"]

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