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    • How to Use Instagram: A Beginner’s Guide to create the Token Key


    • If you’re interested in getting an Instagram Token Key account, or just created one but aren’t sure how to get it, you’re not in luck. Here, we’re going to cover why isn’t possible to get it now, with the New Instagram Api Graph Key, so you can see why is not possible tp get the Token Key. Till Instgram will come back with more Informations. Our Team are under way, to create a Tool, how you can generate the New Token Key.

    NEW Tutorial with the new API Graph Updated. So. 5. of July . 2020


    Step 1: Create a Facebook App

    Go to developers.facebook.com, click My Apps, and create a new app. Once you have created the app and are in the App Dashboard, navigate to Settings > Basic, scroll the bottom of page, and click Add Platform.

    Choose Website, add your website’s URL, and save your changes. You can change the platform later if you wish, but for this tutorial, use Website.


    Step 2: Configure Instagram Basic Display

    Click Products, locate the Instagram product, and click Set Up to add it to your app.

    Click Basic Display, scroll to the bottom of the page, then click Create New App.

    In the form that appears, complete each section using the guidelines below.

    Display Name

    Enter the name of the Facebook app you just created.

    Valid OAuth Redirect URIs

    Enter your website’s URL. Normally this would be a dedicated URI that can capture redirect query string parameters, but for this tutorial your website’s URL will be fine.

    For example: https://socialsizzle.heroku.com/auth/

    After you enter a URL, save your changes and check the URL again; we may have appended a trailing forward slash depending your URL structure. Copy the complete URL somewhere since you will need it in later steps to get authorization codes and access tokens.

    Deauthorize Callback URL

    Enter your website’s URL again. Eventually you will have change this to a URL that can handle deauthorization notifications, but for the purposes of this tutorial, you can re-use your website URL.

    Data Deletion Request Callback URL

    Enter your website’s URL once again. Just like the Deauthorize Callback URL, you will eventually have change this to a URL that can handle data deletion requests, but for now you can re-use your website URL.

    App Review

    Skip this section for now since you will not be switching the app to Live Mode during the tutorial.


    Step 3: Add an Instagram Test User

    Navigate to Roles > Roles and scroll down to the Instagram Testers section. Click Add Instagram Testers and enter your Instagram account’s username and send the invitation.

    Open a new web browser and go to www.instagram.com and sign into your Instagram account that you just invited. Navigate to (Profile Icon) > Edit Profile > Apps and Websites > Tester Invites and accept the invitation.

    Your Instagram account is now eligible to be accessed by your Facebook app while it is in Development Mode.


    Step 4: Authenticate the Test User

    Construct the Authorization Window URL below, replacing {app-id} with your Instagram app’s ID (from the App Dashboard > Products > Instagram > Basic Display > Instagram App ID field) and {redirect-uri} with your website URL that you provided in Step 2 (“Valid OAuth Redirect URIs”). The URL must be exactly the same.

    https://api.instagram.com/oauth/authorize
      ?client_id={app-id}
      &redirect_uri={redirect-uri}
      &scope=user_profile,user_media
      &response_type=code

    For example:

    https://api.instagram.com/oauth/authorize
      ?client_id=684477648739411
      &redirect_uri=https://socialsizzle.herokuapp.com/auth/
      &scope=user_profile,user_media
      &response_type=code

    Open a new browser window and load the Authorization Window URL. It should appear and display your Instagram user’s name, the app’s name, and a description of the permissions your app is requesting.

    Authenticate your Instagram test user by signing into the Authorization Window, then click Authorize to grant your app access to your profile data. Upon success, the page will redirect you to the redirect URI you included in the previous step and append an Authorization Code. For example:

    https://socialsizzle.herokuapp.com/auth/?code=AQDp3TtBQQ...#_

    Note that #_ has been appended to the end of the redirect URI, but it is not part of the code itself. Copy the code (without the #_ portion) so you can use it in the next step.

    Authorization codes are short-lived and are only valid for 1 hour.


    Sign up for Instagram (Old) Developer Account Guide.
    • 1. Go to  www.instagram.com/developer/ on your desktop computer.
    • The remaining Instagram Legacy API permission (“Basic Permission”) was disabled on June 29, 2020. As of June 29, third-party apps no longer have access to the Legacy API. To avoid disruption of service to your app and business, developers previously using the Legacy API should instead rely on Instagram Basic Display API and Instagram Graph API. Please request approval for required permissions through the App Review process. Read More here : www.instagram.com/developer/
    • 2. If you’re on desktop, click “Log in with Facebook”, or fill in the form with mobile number or email, name, username, and password. Then click “Sign up”.
    • 3. On Android, click “Sign Up With Email or Phone Number”.
    • 4. Enter your email address and phone number, then click “Next”. Alternatively, you can also sign up with your Facebook account on the app.


    Notifications
    • Instagram is one of the fastest growing social networks out there – and with good reason! Businesses and individuals alike love connecting with each other through this image-dedicated platform, by sharing images and videos with their communities.

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