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Yes, each time you invoke stackexchange.com/oauth/ you will get a fresh access token, even though old ones may still be valid. For example: Go to /me/inboxLivedoc and hit Get Token twice, recording the token value each time (It will always be different). Then go to /access-tokens/{accessTokens}Livedoc and check each token. They will both still be valid! ...


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1) Answer is already in the inbox_item object. Note the entry for item_type in the doc page: one of comment, chat_message, new_answer, careers_message, careers_invitations, meta_question, post_notice, or moderator_message new_answer is returned whenever a new answer is posted to one of the authenticated user's questions. 2) edit_suggested is returned ...


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Refer to the generic URI syntax, it is perfectly valid to have a fragment (The optional part of a URL that starts with an octothorpe #) without a preceding query (The optional part of a URL that starts with a question mark ?). This is how Stack Exchange returns tokens and other API's have used the same approach. There is nothing wrong with it. In fact, it ...



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