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Add a view in Control Hub to see which scopes a current integration uses.

As an admin that gets many requests for integration approval, it would be nice to be able to see what scopes a current integration is requesting access to. Further, when these scopes change, an integration should automatically become disabled. This is key to keeping control of API access on our site.

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  • Oct 13 2020
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    Ralf Schiffert commented
    20 Nov, 2020 07:31pm

    Thank you for the feedback. There are a couple of things being discussed internally, that will help you here. We label them as a new app type called authorized apps. A side effect of these is that they will be displayed with their scopes in Control Hub. NO ETA yet. I didn't fully understand the scope changes. If an Integrations changes its scopes and it was not authorized against spark:all previously then indeed it needs to be reauthorized again to make use of this new scope. I don't think we want to break the old version automatically, but it cannot make use of the new scope. Please explain your scenario.