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Explo's Authentication
Explo utilizes token-based authentication. To correctly make a call to the API, you must include the Explo-Authorization header with a valid team token. Below is an example of what the header would look like, replacing with a valid token.
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'Explo-Authorization': 'Token <team_token>'
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API Tokens

You can create multiple API tokens with different levels of permissions and access. On your team settings page, you can generate new tokens, refresh a current token value, delete tokens, and edit these permissions.

Permissions

Currently Explo supports two types of API Token permissions, read-only and read-write. Granting a token read-write permissons will allow it to create, delete, and edit any end user group in its access group, while granting a token read-only permissions will only allow it to pull those end user groups.
For more information about how API tokens interact with their access group, see the access groups documentation.
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