- Ory Team
Skip showing OAuth2 consent screen for 1P apps
AUTHOR: Ory Team
When using OAuth2 and OpenID connect, users are typically shown a screen to confirm that they want to sign in, and they need to grant consent for any access to their profile information. You've probably come across screens like this when using Google, Facebook, Github or other social login providers:
When using OpenID Connect in your own apps, it sometimes doesn't make sense to ask users for consent: Granting the ACME app to access their ACME account is redundant. That's why we introduced a flag for trusted, 1st party OAuth2 clients to skip the consent screen.
In Ory Console you can simply activate this with a toggle when creating an OAuth2 client:
Give it a try and reduce friction for your users!