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What is an authentication request?
What is an authentication request?
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Written by Lukas Nordbeck
Updated over a week ago

When authenticating profiles for private statistics analysis in quintly, we offer you the ability to select your profiles in bulk and create a single package that we send to the network(s) as a request. This request includes information such as your chosen profiles and the individual permissions that you require for each of them.

By setting the expectations for each authentication, you are able to track the successful completion of every authentication and make sure that no permissions are forgotten. Once created, the progress of your authentication requests can be tracked in the Authentications section.

What is an 'Open authentication'?

Every authentication that you create will be active for a total of 7 days. Within this time you will be able to revisit the request overview and complete more authentications.

What is a 'Closed authentication?

An authentication can be closed manually once you have finished the authentication process, otherwise, it will close automatically after the 7 day period has expired. You can reopen a closed authentication.

What are the different states of an authentication?

Pending - Created but no auth has been started


In-Progress - At least one auth has been completed


In-Progress - All profiles have been successfully authenticated, but the authentication has not yet been closed.


Fulfilled - All profiles were successfully authenticated and the authentication has been closed.


Unfulfilled - One or more requested permissions were not granted.


What is a shareable link?

If the person(s) with access to the relevant accounts are not quintly users, you have the option to create the request as a link that can be sent to them externally.

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