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OAuth Domain [email protected]

Application Website: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ECqepVphS3Dds05zUJ8l0ylkQ9X15iUZ_iqhQCM3vfY/edit?usp=sharing

Application Icon (optional): ''

Stack Apps Post (optional): 'https://stackoverflow.com/questions/76629357/applications-must-have-a-registered-stack-apps-post-to-write' # not able to add stack apps post and not sure how to

https://stackapps.com/apps/oauth/edit/26725/submit

stack should accept my stack apps post on this link

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    Take care, if that's actually your real email.
    – Ghost
    Jul 11, 2023 at 0:55

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You need a non-deleted question on Stack Apps to allow for write-access under the given client-id.

So instead of:

Stack Apps Post (optional): https://stackoverflow.com/questions/76629357

you can now use the very question here on Stack Apps that you asked:

Stack Apps Post (optional): https://stackapps.com/questions/9909

So "Stack Apps Post" refers to a question on this very site. Questions or answers on any other site within the Stack Exchange Network are not eligible to be used as "Stack Apps Post" to unlock write-access.

We do allow placeholder posts for exactly that reason. See Adjusting the question templates to better accommodate placeholders and How to list your application/library/wrapper/script here for guidance on such placeholder posts.

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