: App settings page UI text enhancements.
When you have an app that uses both the Miro WEB SDK (frontend) and the Miro REST API (backend), you must authorize the Web SDK app and also go through the OAuth 2.0 flow to generate an access token so that you can use our REST APIs. Earlier, these two steps were disconnected, which resulted in a bad user experience.
To enhance the user experience, we’ve updated the app settings page to connect the Web SDK and REST API authorization in a single step. You can now enable REST API authentication from Miro’s Web SDK authorization. This means that when the user authorizes the SDK app, this will also start the OAuth 2.0 flow for the REST API in parallel and this is totally transparent for the users. For more information, see Enable REST API authentication from Miro’s Web SDK authorization.
Figure 1. URI for SDK authorization option.
We've updated the UI text on our App settings page to make it more informative and user-friendly. Do let us know what you think!