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I'm working on an app that integrates with Stack Exchange's OAuth interface, as defined here. I can approve the application, but can't figure out how to find the apps that I've approved.

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How do I disable or at least view this after I've approved it?

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migrated from Jun 5 '12 at 4:04

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Simply follow these steps (updated for the new profiles):

  1. Go to your user profile on any Stack Exchange site (oddly enough, itself doesn't provide access to this information - even though the information is identical across the entire network), eg:

  2. Click the "edit profile and settings tab" (or just go directly to

  3. Go to the "Applications" tab. From here, you can view all authorized applications for your account and revoke access to a specific app.

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thanks, I was looking around on, since that's where you approve the app. I was able to find my app on another site like stackoverflow. – Paul Fryer Jun 13 '12 at 15:39
(I've edited this to make it up-to-date for the new profiles) – ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Jan 11 at 20:55

On your profile, click on the "my apps" link

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Or, use this direct link

You can remove them from there:

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