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LRN Tokens Tab Explained

ThinQ requires a username and API token for LRN API requests.  Any software that will be sending an LRN API call, needs to have a username and token generated on this tab. We recommend using 1 token per piece of software incase your token becomes compromised, to limit your exposure.

In the top right corner click "Add New", you will be presented with a prompt to enter a name and select Read Only on the slide bar.  We recommend that you use the name/version of the software associated with the token and click save.  You will now see the new token in the table. 

Once the token has been created you will use the username  along with the token in your API call.

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