I see that the user can revoke access to an Oauth2 app for all connected Jira instances at once as described here:
Is it possible to do this programmatically via the `https://api.atlassian.com/oauth/` endpoint?
Possibly related answer for Confluence: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Revoke-access-token-app-via-API/qaq-p/1128713
Hi @Jordan Glassman ,
The thread you are referring to is actually talking about revoking an API Token and not an Oauth token.
Now, I can see you created this question for Cloud, while you are pointing to the documentation for Jira Server, therefore, please find the correct documentation page below:
Please review above page and see if it helps.
In case the above page does not help and you won't get any other answer in here, you may want to refer to the resources listed in https://developer.atlassian.com/resources:
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