This article details how to connect to Studio's OAuth implementation through Postman, an application that simplifies API development. Before starting any of the steps in this article, please verify you have downloaded and installed Postman and that you have access to a Studio account that can generate an OAuth Client ID and secret.
Open Studio Settings
In Studio, click the Navigation Menu icon , and then click the Studio Settings link .
Open Developer Keys
Open the Developer Keys tab, and click the Add New Developer Key button.
Enter Key Details
Enter a name  and redirect URI , then click the Save Key button .
View New Key
After you have created your developer key, you will see the Client ID and Secret.
Add New Authorization
In Postman, click the Plus tab  to add a new request and then click the Authorization tab .
Get New Access Token
In the Type drop-down menu , select the OAuth 2.0 option . Then click the Get New Access Token button .
Enter Token Details
In the New Access Token modal, enter the following information for your token:
Grant Type: select Authorization Code
Callback URL: enter one of the redirectURI URLs entered in Studio
Auth URL: enter <your studio domain>/api/public/oauth/authorize
Access Token URL: enter <your studio domain>/api/public/oauth/token
Client ID: enter the developer key generated in Studio
Client Secret: enter the secret generated in Studio
When you have entered all the information, click the Request Token button .
A window will display asking you to enter your Studio credentials and authorize the Oauth application. Click the Authorize button.
Click the Use Token button. You will now be able to make requests using this token.
View New Integration in Studio
In Studio, open the Integrations tab . Your new integration will display in the list of integrations .
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