Create OAuth 1 API Tokens

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If you have an application that needs to interact with Bynder, you can create an API token specifically for that app to use when accessing Bynder.OAuth 1 tokens allow for seamless integration between your app and Bynder by enabling the app to make authenticated API requests on behalf of the user. 

How to enable this feature in your portal?

Contact your Customer Success Manager to enable this feature in your portal. 

Who can create OAuth 1 API Tokens?

Once enabled, users with the following permission can enable and configure this integration:

  • Manage portal settings: enable you to access the settings page to set up API tokens.

  • Create Bynder API tokens: this enables you to create consumers and tokens.

  • View Bynder API tokens: displays a list of all the tokens created for your account.

  • Revoke Bynder API tokens: enables you to delete selected tokens.

How to Set up API Tokens

  1. Go to settings_menu.pngSettings > Advanced settings > Portal settings

  2. In the Account section, select API tokens.

  3. Click Create New Consumer.

  4. Enter the name of the consumer who will use the API token.

  5. Click Create.

  6. Copy the consumer key and consumer secret.


    When you click OK, the data disappears.

  7. Click Create New Token.

  8. Enter user.

  9. Select the Consumer from the dropdown menu.

  10. Select the Integration Type from the dropdown menu.

  11. Click Create.

  12. The Token and Token Secret will appear.


    Ensure you copy this information because once you click OK, the information will disappear.

  13. Click OK.

  14. You can now provide users the required data to connect to Bynder through an API.

  15. You can create multiple tokens for a consumer.

How to Delete a Token

  1. To delete a token, click help_bynder_com_admin-guide_Create-API-Tokens_htm.png next to the token you want to revoke.


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