Third-party application restrictions allow organization owners to restrict an untrusted application's access to the organization's data. Organization members can then use third-party applications for their personal user accounts while keeping organization data safe.
Organizations can choose which third-party applications have access to their repositories and other resources by enabling third-party application restrictions.
Organization owners can enable third-party access restrictions to prevent untrusted applications from accessing the organization's resources while allowing organization members to use third-party applications for their personal accounts.
Organization owners can disable restrictions on the third-party applications that have access to the organization's resources.
When an organization member requests third-party application access to organization resources, organization members with owner privileges can either approve or deny the request.
If an organization no longer requires a previously authorized third-party application, owners can remove the application's access to the organization's resources.
Organization members can request that an owner approve access to organization resources for third-party applications.
If an organization member has authorized a third-party application to access their own private user data, they can request that an owner approve access for the same application to access organization resources.