If your developer account has created apps before July 17, 2017, any apps created by that account, including future apps and apps under development now, will use OAuth 1.0a. There is no requirement to migrate OAuth 1.0a apps to OAuth 2.0.
If your developer account has not created any apps until after July 17, 2017, all apps created by that account will use OAuth 2.0.
Intuit Developer Group are working on providing a path to migrate OAuth 1.0a keys from OAuth 1.0a to OAuth 2.0, and to enable all developer accounts to create new apps that use OAuth 2.0. We will notify the community once this path is ready.
The information below helps you to identify which OAuth stack your apps are using.
|Keys||OAuth Consumer Key, OAuth Consumer Secret on app's Keys tab|
Note: App Token on Keys tab is unused.
|Client ID, Client Secret on app's Keys tab|
|URI to serve OAuth requests||oauth_callback query parameter in get_request_token processing, in your code.||Redirect URI on app's Keys tab|
|URI to serve Intuit Single Sign-0n requests||OpenID URL on app's Settings tab||Connect Request URL on app's Settings tab|
|Documentation||OAuth 1.0a authorization and authentication||OAuth 2.0 authorization and authentication|
Side-by-side comparison of OAuth 1.0a and OAuth 2.0 keys tabs.
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