The ID Token is a JSON Web Token (JWT) that contains user profile information which is represented in the form of claims. It is recommended that you validate the ID Token before storing and using it.
Use the JWT debugger to parse the id_token for readability. The following table describes the key fields included in the Togo JWT:
User’s preferred email address.
First name(s) of the user.
User’s last name(s).
User is a custom claim mainly used to identify the user within the application and what permissions they possess. For more information on this claim see Custom claim.
Togo account ID of the user.
This must be stored in your system to perform a match.
Indicates weather the JWT is an ID token or an access token.
Audience of the token.
An arbitrary alphanumeric number issued as a part of the generated JWT token so you can be sure the token was generated specifically for your request.
The party to which the ID Token was issued.
The time before which the JWT is not valid and must not be accepted for processing.
Date and time the token is considered expired and invalid.
Time at which the JWT was issued; can be used to determine age of the JWT.
Issuer of the token.
Updated about a year ago