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Moving to Google Apps Directory API

We are moving from the deprectad Google Apps Provisioning API to the new Google Apps Directory API. This will affect you only if you are using Google Apps

September 27, 2013

Google

Moving to Google Apps Directory API

We are moving from the deprectad Google Apps Provisioning API to the new Google Apps Directory API. This will affect you only if you are using Google Apps

September 27, 2013

We are moving from the deprectad Google Apps Provisioning API to the new Google Apps Directory API.

This will affect you only if you are using Google Apps and the /users endpoints of Auth0.

Google Apps Provisioning API has been deprectated few months ago, on the other hand the new API has some advantages like providing a public link for the profile photo and having more granular scopes.

Previously permisive scope:

Previously permisive scope

New granular scope:

New granular scope

In order to have access to this API enable the "Admin SDK" service in the Google API Console as follows:

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New Google Apps Connections will automatically use this new API and pre-existing connections will need to be re-provisioned by following the provisioning link. If you are the domain administrator follow this link, if not copy and send the link to the domain admin:

Until you have done this step, the /users endpoint will return only the users that have signed in to your app at least once.

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