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Has OAuth token time to expiry changed to 45 days?


Active Member
Oct 29, 2014
I was surprised that one of my applications stopped working as my token had expired and I just noticed on TeslaFi that a new token will expire in 45 days. Has the token time to expiry been reduced from 90 days to 45 days?

Or am I remembering things incorrectly?
Since I first started using tokens back in September the expiry has been 45 days. Remember websites can also utilize the refresh token which allows them to automatically request a new token without needing an email and password again. I use it on my site so tokens never expire.

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