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I'm doing some research on customer self-service portal features and came across this: docs.microsoft.com/.../oauth-implicit-grant-flow
From that article, it sounds like this feature can be used by external apps to access the portal and secure those apps with a portal login account, basically extending the portal login as an external identity provider for other apps. Am I understanding that correctly or am I way off track? I'm trying to understand the possible use cases for this feature, does anyone have a better explanation of how it is meant to work and where it might be used?
Please update me if you find better explanation as I'm interested to know this as well.
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