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Google OAuth

Google OAuth is one of the most widely used custom authentication integrations. Appsmith allows you to integrate with Google for authenticating users to your apps.

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To enable Google Sign in, login to your google cloud console

1. Navigate to the OAuth consent section under APIs & Services

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2. Configure the consent screen with the domain on which you want to host Appsmith

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3. Navigate to the credentials section and create new OAuth Credentials

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4. Configure the OAuth Credentials for a web application

Javascript Origins: The domain on which you are hosting Appsmith with https (ex:

Redirect URIs: Append /login/oauth2/code/google to your Javascript origins (ex:

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5. Update the instance configuration with the following fields

# Example docker configuration
# ******** Google OAuth ********
# ******************************
  • Configure the APPSMITH_OAUTH2_GOOGLE_CLIENT_ID and APPSMITH_OAUTH2_GOOGLE_CLIENT_SECRET fields with the client ID and client secret generated in the step above
  • Configre APPSMITH_SIGNUP_ALLOWED_DOMAINS with a second-level domain name (ex:, to only allow users with an email address from that domain name to log in (ex:
    • Note: you can provide several domain names using a comma-separated list

The Client ID and Client Secret entered are not verified by any means. Please test it out manually before disabling the Form login authentication method. If Form login is disabled before testing the Google authentication config setup, it may lead to the user getting stuck on the login screen if the Google config is incorrect. You’ll have to update the env variables manually to fix this, as you cannot update it via the Admin settings page since you won’t be logged in anymore

6. Restart the Appsmith instance


Google Login should now be enabled for your Appsmith installation. If you are running appsmith behind an ELB / Proxy, please configure Nginx following this guide