OAuth 2.0 is generally available and required for all new integrations. Our implementation supports the standard authorization code grant type and you can find the details of how it works here.
Migrating from OAuth 1.0a
We have a migration endpoint for partner apps to bring existing connections to OAuth2.0. Migrating your connections will provide a smoother user experience and ensure your app retains its status in the partner program.
We will not be providing a migration path for public and private apps. If you have an integration using a public or private app you can create a new OAuth2.0 app and migrate your users at any time.
- Early December 2019 - No new OAuth 1.0a apps created.
- Mid December 2019 - OAuth 2.0 migration endpoint available to partner apps.
- December 2020 - OAuth 1.0a no longer supported for existing integrations.
If you have and questions then check out our FAQs on OAuth 2.0 and the migration. If you still need more information then contact us the usual way.
We're have a range of new SDKs and sample apps that intgrate with OAuth 2.0. These are all generated from our collection of OpenAPI definitions.