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App Deauthorized


A user or an account admin who installed your app can uninstall it at any time. The App Deauthorization event is triggered every time a user uninstalls or deauthorizes your app.

Prerequisites:

  • To receive deauthorization notifications, you must provide a valid deauthorization endpoint URL for your app in the Marketplace.

The header of the POST response will contain a property called authorization which stores your app’s verification token. You can compare the verification token received in the header to that of your app (retrievable via Marketplace >> Manage >> {YourApp} >> Features) to ensure that the request is being sent by Zoom.

The tabs below display the complete schema, payload with data types, and an example of the app_deauthorized event notification:

App Deauthorization Event Notification
app_deauthorized
Schema
object
event
string

Event type.

1 validation
payload
object