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Maintaining OAuth apps

After you create and register an OAuth app, you can make modifications to the app, change permissions, transfer ownership, and delete the app.

Modifying an OAuth app

After creating and registering an OAuth app, you can make changes to it.

Activating optional features for OAuth apps

You can test new optional features for your OAuth apps.

Transferring ownership of an OAuth app

You can transfer ownership of an OAuth app to another user or organization.

Troubleshooting authorization request errors

When obtaining an OAuth token for a user, some errors may occur during the initial authorization request phase.

Troubleshooting OAuth app access token request errors

When exchanging a code for an access token, there are an additional set of errors that can occur. The format of these responses is determined by the accept header you pass.

Deleting an OAuth app

You can delete OAuth apps when you no longer use them.