How do I manage developer keys for Bridge Studio as an admin?

Document created by Bridge Doc Team Employee on Oct 1, 2019Last modified by Bridge Doc Team Employee on Nov 22, 2019
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As a Studio admin, you can manage and create developer keys for your Bridge Studio account. A developer key is a code given to the developer of a third-party application that allows access to certain information and permissions within Studio. Developer keys can be used to create custom integrations with Studio and allow third-party apps to use Studio authentication. The developer key uses OAuth2 to enable the application to use Studio for authentication. For more information about OAuth2, see the Studio Public API documentation.

Open Admin Menu

  Open Admin Menu

In the Global Navigation menu, click the Application Switcher icon [1]. Then, click the Admin menu option [2].

Note: The Global Navigation menu may differ depending on what is enabled in your account.

Open Studio

  Open Studio

In the Tools menu [1], click the Studio link [2].

Open Studio Settings

Open Studio Settings

In Bridge Studio, click the Navigation Menu icon [1], then click the Studio Settings link [2].

Open Developer Keys

  Open Developer Keys

To view the developer keys, click the Developer Keys tab [1].

The developer key displays the Name [2], Redirect URIs [3], Client ID [4], and Secret [5]. To show the secret, click the Show button [6]. To delete a developer key, click the Delete icon [7].

To add a developer key, click the Add Developer Key button [8].

Add Developer Key

Add Developer Key

In the key settings, add the app or company name [1] and redirect URIs which are the domains where tokens are requested [2]. Click the Save Key button [3].

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