How do I log in to Okta?
Open a web browser and navigate to the KIPP NJ - Okta Homepage (https://kippnj.okta.com). Log in using the same Windows username and password that you use to log in to your computer.
How do I add an app?
Locate the ‘+Add Apps’ button on the top right of your Okta dashboard. Select that button, search for your app and click the ‘Add’ button on the right to place it on your dashboard.
How can I change the order in which my apps appear?
To change the order of your apps, click and hold on an app icon, then drag and drop the app to the location you would like it to be displayed.
How do I create a new tab?
To create a new tab, click on the ‘+’ sign next to the last tab. You will be asked to enter a new tab name (e.g. "Personal"). Enter the new name of the tab and click save to create it.
How many tabs can I have?
You can have up to five tabs.
How do I delete a tab?
To delete a tab, you will need to move all applications out of that tab into another one. Once the tab has been emptied you will see a Delete Tab option. Select it and your tab will be deleted.
How do I move an app from one tab to another?
Click and hold on the app icon, then drag and drop your app to the new tab.
How do I Search an app if I can't remember which tab I put it on?
At the top of your dashboard, you can find apps in the "Launch App" search bar. If you can't remember which tab your app is on, go to the Launch App search, type in the name of your app and select the name to open it when it appears.
How do I request an app to be added if I don’t see it as an option?
You should make an application request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to open a Tech ticket.
How do I remove an app?
Apps you've installed can be removed by hovering over the app and selecting the gear icon. In the app setting screen, you'll see the option to delete it.
Apps issued by your administrator cannot be removed, but there is a way to move the app out of sight. The best way to do so is to create a new tab to store unused and unwanted applications.