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I'm working on an app that integrates with StackExchange's OAuth interface, as defined here. I can approve the application, but can't figure out how to find the app's 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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Simply follow these steps:

  1. Visit any Stack Exchange site (oddly enough, http://stackexchange.com itself doesn't provide access to this information - even though the information is identical across the entire network).

  2. Click your user profile link at the top of the page:

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  3. Click the "apps" tab:

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  4. From there, 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 stackexchange.com, 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

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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