|Available in: Salesforce Classic|
|Available in: All Editions|
|To manage, create, edit, and delete OAuth applications:||“Manage Connected Apps”|
The external application you are using has requested access to your Salesforce data, and you approved this request. Close the browser window and go back to the application you were using.
After you have granted access to a remote access application, you can revoke it later by going to your personal information.
- From your personal settings, enter Advanced User Details in the Quick Find box, then select Advanced User Details. No results? Enter Personal Information in the Quick Find box, then select Personal Information.
- In the OAuth Connected Apps section, you can:
- View information about each application that you have granted access to, as well as the number of times and the last time the application attempted to access your information.
- An application may be listed more than once. Each time you grant access to an application, it obtains a new access token. Requests for refresh tokens increase the Use Count displayed for the application. You must grant access to your Salesforce data from each device that you use, for example, from both a laptop and a desktop computer. The default limit is five access tokens for each application. Newer applications (using the OAuth 2.0 protocol) are automatically approved for additional devices after you've granted access once. OAuth 2.0 applications can be listed more than once. Each row in the table represents a unique grant, so if an application requests multiple tokens with different scopes, you’ll see the same application multiple times.
- Even if the connected app tried and failed to access your information because it could not login, the Use Count and Last Used fields are still updated.
- Click Revoke to revoke the application’s access. After you revoke the application, the application can no longer use that particular authorization token to access your Salesforce data.
You must revoke all access tokens for a particular application to prevent it from accessing your Salesforce data.