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Google OAuth

NocoDB offers a functionality that allows users to connect with Google OAuth 2.0, enabling them to log into their NocoDB accounts using their Google authentication credentials. This article provides a step-by-step guide to integrating Google OAuth 2.0 with NocoDB.

  1. Copy Redirect URL from NocoDB
    • Go to Account Settings > Authentication > Google OAuth
    • Copy the Redirect URL from the Google OAuth section
  2. Go to Google Cloud Console and create a new project.
  3. Visit the OAuth consent screen within the APIs & Services section.
    a) Decide on the configuration and registration preferences for your application, specifying the intended user demographic
    b) Click on the Create button
  4. Set up the OAuth consent screen by providing details about the application and specifying the authorized domains where you host NocoDB.
  5. Proceed to the Credentials screen, then click on Create Credentials. Choose OAuth Client ID from the available options to generate OAuth credentials.
  6. Choose Web application from the options available in the Application type dropdown menu.
  7. Configure the following
    a) Authorized JavaScript origins refer to the HTTP origins where your web application is hosted, such as
    b) Authorized Redirect URIs refer to the URIs where the user is redirected after successful authentication with Google. Paste the Redirect URL copied from NocoDB in step (1).
  8. Click on the Create button to generate the OAuth credentials. Copy the Client ID and Client Secret from the OAuth 2.0 Client IDs section.
  9. Go to Account Settings > Authentication > Google OAuth in NocoDB and paste the Client ID and Client Secret in the respective fields.