@JonDoe12 don't think it's possible at the moment without editing templates
Is Single-Sign-On disassociation possible?
SSOs are nice, but some users abandon or even deletes an account (let me say: Facebook account) to create a fresh one.
The problem is that they can't disassociate from the old account to then reassociate into the new account by themselves, neither the admin can do such thing if not by deleting the database record via database shell.
Is there somewhere I am missing in version 1.6.0 that can do what I want? If not, please move this to feature requests, as
deleteUserDatais already implemented on SSOs and it would be an additional button in the
<Git root>/build/public/templates/account/edit.tpltemplate that reuses the same permission checking as for creating associations.
Yeah, you should be able to disassociate an SSO account from the user settings page.
Only plugins that support it will show the option, and Facebook is one of those.
Sorry if I am an awful searcher, but I failed to find such mentioned disassociation option under "Settings", "Edit", "Account Info" and "Profile" in both this instance and in my installation (v1.6.0). Could you be more detailed on where I should have been looking at?
It is at the bottom, when you go to the account "edit" page.
Bottom-right on desktop.
Nothing to disassociate inside "Edit":
It's at the bottom of the dropdown menu when you click the three-dot button, I think.
Ah, you're right... it doesn't look like we support disassociation. Could be something we can add...