I have followed How to list your application/library/wrapper/script here to list my application. In https://stackapps.com/users/apps/{my-user-id} enter image description here, I find that I have given it access to "Stack Exchange API Documentation". I can't find it listed on the Stack Apps website. Where it is?

Also, if the app had private_info access then, it would be good. Now, we have to filter out properties like comment.upvoted, answer.upvoted, answer.downvoted, answer.accepted, question.upvoted, question.downvoted, question.favorited and like that many.

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If you're trying some features right in the docs and this features require access token, it's requesting access to your token; if you approve, it appears as application.

E.g., if you click "Get Token" button on the https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/notifications, you'll get:

As for being listed it on Stack Apps: it isn't, as it's an app from SE.

  • This does not answer my question.
    – amit jha
    Jun 30, 2015 at 7:06
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    @amitjha How doesn't it? If your main question is where is it on the Stack Apps website, then I have to tell you nowhere. This is an official app and it isn't listed on this site nor as do official Android and iOS apps, winter bash, etc.
    – nicael
    Jun 30, 2015 at 7:46

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