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Topic # 127016 26-Jul-2013 18:12
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I recently utilised a web-site that required the use of Google's "Issued AuthSub Tokens".

Once finished, I was offered the option to remove the approval I'd given for this activity. The removal option took me to a Google sign-in page, after which I got a screen named "Authorized Access to your Google Account", showed various "Connected Sites, Apps, and Services" , and listed the services concerned together with a Revoke Access button.

No problems with this, but how would a user reach the same screen from their browser if they didn't know the URL I happened to copy when departing the specific web-site I'd been using originally?

I cannot find similar screen or settings when logging on to Google in the normal manner, e.g. when collecting email.

R.

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  Reply # 866776 26-Jul-2013 18:50
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Go to http://www.google.com/account. Click SECURITY on the left side. Scroll down to "Review Permissions".

alternatively, go to google.com click on your account name on the top right and click on ACCOUNT. Then proceed from "Click SECURITY" above.






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  Reply # 866811 26-Jul-2013 19:49
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Hi Mauricio .... thanks for that.

Apart from a dyslexic screen (my Account etc are on the top-right), I completely missed the wood for all the trees.

Cheers,

R.

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