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The Authentication page is divided into 3 areas:
Auth: Update your password, sign in with a Microsoft Account, a Google Account and/or an Apple Account, or revoke access to those accounts.
Calendars: Sync your Microsoft Calendar and/or Google Calendar with your account to automatically sync your events in TrackingTime.
App Passwords: Add custom passwords for your integrations with third party applications.
Update your password
Change your password to log into your account with a new one.
How to set up a new password for your account:
Sign in with your third-party accounts
Access your account with other third-parties, including Microsoft Account, Google Account and Apple Account.
How to sign in with a third party account:
Revoke access to your third-party accounts
If you no longer want to have the chance to access with one of your third-party accounts, you can simply revoke those accesses from the Auth section as well.
Connect your calendars
Integrate your account with Google Calendar and Microsoft Calendar to automatically include all of your events in TrackingTime, such as meetings, calls and presentations.
Find out more about connecting your calendars on our Google Calendar and Microsoft Calendar Integration guide.
Set up an App Password
In case you'd like to use our Public API, instead of using your current password, we can provide you with a bearer token. This is secure since all requests use SSL, and you can implement it to start working with our API.
How to add an App Password:
Copy the generated password by clicking on the link icon, or make it viewable by clicking on the eye icon.
💡 Tip: If you have different integrations, you can set one password for each of them.
Authenticating your API requests
Once you have created an App Password, you can use it to authenticate API requests using Basic Auth. To do so, please use the constant string "API_TOKEN" as the username and your App Password as the password.