Getting Access Tokens and Permissions – Instagram Platform – Documentation – Facebook for Developers

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The United Arab Emirates tracks every conversation, movement, relationship, appointment, sound and image of those who install the app on their phones.

The Republican senator didn’t vote against a single one of the president’s judicial nominees in 2017 and 2018. That changed in 2019.

Liberal Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov didn’t hold back on Sunday when discussing Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, describing the former New York City mayor as “transparently corrupt” in response to his confession that he led the effort to oust for U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.Earlier this month, in an interview with The New Yorker, Giuliani—who is a key figure at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment—said he saw Yovanovitch as an obstacle to his dirt-digging operation on former Vice President Joe Biden.

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The United Arab Emirates tracks every conversation, movement, relationship, appointment, sound and image of those who install the app on their phones.

The Republican senator didn’t vote against a single one of the president’s judicial nominees in 2017 and 2018. That changed in 2019.

Liberal Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov didn’t hold back on Sunday when discussing Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, describing the former New York City mayor as “transparently corrupt” in response to his confession that he led the effort to oust for U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.Earlier this month, in an interview with The New Yorker, Giuliani—who is a key figure at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment—said he saw Yovanovitch as an obstacle to his dirt-digging operation on former Vice President Joe Biden.

An access token is an opaque string that identifies a user, app, or Page and can be used by the app to make graph API calls. When someone connects with an app using Facebook Login and approves the request for permissions, the app obtains an access token that provides temporary, secure access to Facebook APIs. Access tokens are obtained via a number of methods.

Due to a change in Graph API v4.0, a small subset of User access tokens are no longer valid.

Any API requests made using these tokens will fail.

If your app has been affected, a dev alert has been sent to you.

Query the /token_deprecation_check endpoint to see if any of your User access tokens are affected.

Users who’s access tokens are invalidated will need to re-authenticate.

This change will affect all versions October, 29, 2019.

An access token is an opaque string that identifies a user, app, or Page and can be used by the app to make graph API calls. When someone connects with an app using Facebook Login and approves the request for permissions, the app obtains an access token that provides temporary, secure access to Facebook APIs. Access tokens are obtained via a number of methods.

Due to a change in Graph API v4.0, a small subset of User access tokens are no longer valid.

Any API requests made using these tokens will fail.

If your app has been affected, a dev alert has been sent to you.

Query the /token_deprecation_check endpoint to see if any of your User access tokens are affected.

Users who’s access tokens are invalidated will need to re-authenticate.

This change will affect all versions October, 29, 2019.

Before your app can make calls to read, update, or post to Pages, you need to get a Page access token. With this token you can view Page settings, make updates to page information, and manage a Page.

When interacting with Pages via the Graph API, you need to ask for permissions using Facebook Login. Facebook Login allows your app to retrieve access tokens encoded with the permissions your app needs. Based on the feature you want to build, you need to ask for a different set of permissions.

Before your app can make calls to read, update, or post to Pages, you need to get a Page access token. With this token you can view Page settings, make updates to page information, and manage a Page.

When interacting with Pages via the Graph API, you need to ask for permissions using Facebook Login. Facebook Login allows your app to retrieve access tokens encoded with the permissions your app needs. Based on the feature you want to build, you need to ask for a different set of permissions.

During basic login your app receives access to a person’s public profile and email.

During basic login your app receives access to a person’s public profile and email.

Apps can let people revoke permissions that were previously granted.

For example, your app could have a settings page that lets someone disable publishing to Facebook. That settings page could also revoke the publish_actions permission at the same time.

You can revoke a specific permission by making a call to a Graph API endpoint:

This request must be made with a user access token or an app access token for the current app.

Apps can let people revoke permissions that were previously granted.

For example, your app could have a settings page that lets someone disable publishing to Facebook. That settings page could also revoke the publish_actions permission at the same time.

You can revoke a specific permission by making a call to a Graph API endpoint:

This request must be made with a user access token or an app access token for the current app.

When a person logs into your app via Facebook Login you can access a subset of that person’s data stored on Facebook.

Permissions are how you ask someone if you can access that data.

A person’s privacy settings combined with what you ask for will determine what you can access.

Permissions are strings that are passed along with a login request or an API call. Here are two examples of permissions:

For example, if you add the login button to a web app and ask for email and user_likes via the scope parameter, a person would be prompted with this dialog when logging in for the first time:

Your app has requested a person’s email address and the things they like but that request also automatically asks for access to a person’s public profile.

When a person logs into your app via Facebook Login you can access a subset of that person’s data stored on Facebook.

Permissions are how you ask someone if you can access that data.

A person’s privacy settings combined with what you ask for will determine what you can access.

Permissions are strings that are passed along with a login request or an API call. Here are two examples of permissions:

For example, if you add the login button to a web app and ask for email and user_likes via the scope parameter, a person would be prompted with this dialog when logging in for the first time:

Your app has requested a person’s email address and the things they like but that request also automatically asks for access to a person’s public profile.

This guide explains how to use the Authorization Window to get short-lived Instagram User Access Tokens and permissions from Instagram users.

The Authorization Window allows app users to grant your app permissions and short-lived Instagram User Access Tokens. After a user logs in and chooses which data to allow your app to access, we will redirect the user to your app and include an Authorization Code, which you can then exchange for a short-lived access token.

To begin the process, get the Authorization Window and present it to the user:

Your Instagram App ID displayed in App Dashboard > Products > Instagram > Basic Display.

A URI where we will redirect users after they allow or deny permission request. Make sure this exactly matches one of the base URIs in your list of valid oAuth URIs.

This guide explains how to use the Authorization Window to get short-lived Instagram User Access Tokens and permissions from Instagram users.

The Authorization Window allows app users to grant your app permissions and short-lived Instagram User Access Tokens. After a user logs in and chooses which data to allow your app to access, we will redirect the user to your app and include an Authorization Code, which you can then exchange for a short-lived access token.

To begin the process, get the Authorization Window and present it to the user:

Your Instagram App ID displayed in App Dashboard > Products > Instagram > Basic Display.

A URI where we will redirect users after they allow or deny permission request. Make sure this exactly matches one of the base URIs in your list of valid oAuth URIs.

Get more resources, such as better rate limits, and be nominated to Facebook Partner program.

Each level has restrictions, see Limits.

All developers also must follow all Platform Policies.

Calls on ANY access level are against production data.

Default for all apps.

Open to all developers, so you can build end-to-end workflows before you get full permissions. Use the API as admin and access unlimited number of ad accounts for people who are admins or advertisers.

Some API calls are not available with Dev Tier because they may belong to multiple accounts, or the affected account can’t be identified programmatically.

Use this level if you want to get more resources such as a better rate limit.

Get more resources, such as better rate limits, and be nominated to Facebook Partner program.

Each level has restrictions, see Limits.

All developers also must follow all Platform Policies.

Calls on ANY access level are against production data.

Default for all apps.

Open to all developers, so you can build end-to-end workflows before you get full permissions. Use the API as admin and access unlimited number of ad accounts for people who are admins or advertisers.

Some API calls are not available with Dev Tier because they may belong to multiple accounts, or the affected account can’t be identified programmatically.

Use this level if you want to get more resources such as a better rate limit.

Facebook access token is an opaque string which is used to identify the user, application, or page and can be applied by the application to make graph API calls.

Getting token for Facebook page is absolutely free.

All you need to do here is open Graph API Explorer and follow these easy steps:

Important! Access token is only valid for two months, so make sure you take all these steps again in two months, to refresh the Facebook token.

Now you have read the whole article and if you still have questions, check our FAQ. You may find the answers there.

Depending on the functionality you want, choose one or several permissions from the lists below.

If you haven’t found the information you’ve been looking for, please, feel free to ask questions in the comments section below.

Facebook access token is an opaque string which is used to identify the user, application, or page and can be applied by the application to make graph API calls.

Getting token for Facebook page is absolutely free.

All you need to do here is open Graph API Explorer and follow these easy steps:

Important! Access token is only valid for two months, so make sure you take all these steps again in two months, to refresh the Facebook token.

Now you have read the whole article and if you still have questions, check our FAQ. You may find the answers there.

Depending on the functionality you want, choose one or several permissions from the lists below.

If you haven’t found the information you’ve been looking for, please, feel free to ask questions in the comments section below.

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