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You can import users in bulk, from CSV or from other files provided by your previous authentication service, such as Auth0.
When exporting data from another auth system or your own system, make sure the CSV file you export is formatted in rows with these column headings.
id- unique to the auth provider and helps us match records as they are imported.
email_verified- account verification status:
hashed_password- encrypted using an algorithm such as
hashing_method- tells us which algorithm was used to encrypt the password
salt- extra characters added to passwords to make them stronger
salt_position- position of salt in password string. Prefix (before) or suffix (after).
See the Switch to Kinde for user authentication guide for full import preparation details.
*Note that only the email field is mandatory, but the more data that you bring in, the easier we can set up your users in Kinde.
When you export user details from Auth0 make sure you export default fields, as well as these fields in the CSV:
When importing users from Auth0 source files, you have three options:
In Kinde, go to Users, then select Add users.
Select the Import users tab and then select the option for your situation:
Follow the on-screen prompts to import the data.
If there are any errors with the import, you will be able to view them afterwards.
Most import errors can be fixed by editing the CSV file and then re-importing into Kinde. Any records that have already been imported and have not been edited, will be ignored.