Release 3.2.2 of the OneLogin Browser Extension for Firefox brings new, more robust functionality to let you add an app to your app catalog when you log into the app.
An Add App dialog appears instead of the Add App button of old.
The new Add App dialog lets you decide whether to add the app for personal use or make it available as a company app. It also detects a larger number of apps than the old Add App feature could detect. It even detects apps that aren't included in the OneLogin app catalog and creates app connectors on the fly. It's a great way to add apps to your catalog with minimal effort.
For administrators, we have added functionality that lets you use policies to enable the Add App feature for your users. Indeed, if you want users to have access to the new Add App feature in Firefox, you must enable the feature for a policy and add users to the policy. Enabled users can control the visibility of the feature for themselves on their user profile preferences.
For details, see Adding Apps using the Browser Extension.
Getting the new browser extension
If you're on version 3.0 or higher of the the OneLogin Firefox extension, it will update automatically over the next few days.
If you're on an earlier version or you can't wait, see the installation instructions in OneLogin Browser Extensions.