The URLs for the authorization requests and the access token requests that are used in the different OAuth grants had to include the ID of the 4me account in which a token was generated. To make it easier for developers building integrations between 4me and other application services, these URLs no longer require an account ID.
The new URLs can now be used in QA and production. To perform an authorization request, be sure to use the following URL:
To perform an access token request, or a refresh token request, use this URL:
Detailed information about 4me’s support for the OAuth 2.0 protocol can be found in the 4me Developer Documentation.