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  • Key. A unique key. You can either create your own, or choose to use a generated one, for instance by clicking the "Generate" button or by using any online key generator. Generated keys are most of the time safer, because they are harder to guess.
  • Key description. A reminder of who that key is for, and what it gives access to.
  • Status. You can disable a key anytime. This enables you to only temporarily grant access to your data from a certain key.
  • Permissions. You do not have to share ALL your date data with each key. You can choose among a wide array of permissions, either by section or by type of access. You might want some applications to only be able to view a handful of items, while some others (for instance, ones that you would use to manage the shop remotely) should be able to edit and delete just about everything. Choose wisely.