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BlogIn in Hire2Retire uses Bearer Token.

A Bearer Token is a type of access token commonly used in authentication and authorization protocols, such as OAuth 2.0. It's a security credential that allows a user or application to access protected resources on a server, such as an API. The term "bearer" implies that whoever possesses the token is granted access, without requiring additional proof of identity. This is different from other forms of authentication, like sending a username and password with each request.

Please refer to the document Bearer token for rest APIs to know more about Bearer Token in BlogIn.

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Generate Bearer Token in BlogIn

Visit BlogIn website, go to settings, click on the General tab and you can find the Base(Tenant) URL as YOUR BLOG URL.

BlogIn Base(Tenat) URL

Figure 1. Base(Tenant) URL for BlogIn

For Secret (Bearer) Token, go to settings, click on API tab and generate API (BEARER) KEYS. BlogIn OAuth Bearer Token

Figure 2. Secret (Bearer) Token for BlogIn

Learn how to generate bearer token on BlogIn.

To link your BlogIn account using Bearer Token, you have to specify your Base(Tenant) URL and Secret (Bearer) Token.

BlogIn Bearer Token

Figure 3. Authentication Form for BlogIn Bearer Token in RoboMQ Hire2Retire