1. How can I share my API documentation?
  2. How do I allow third-party cookies in my browser ?
  3. Why don't I see my organisation in GitHub settings?

1. How can I share my API documentation?

You can share your API documentation from the API settings panel. This panel can be displayed by clicking on the cog icon.

In this panel, you will be able to define the URL your API documentation will able from.

Customers with a paying plan will also be able to restrain access to their API with the visibility setting.

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2. How do I allow third-party cookies in my browser?

Third party cookies should be enabled in your browser because we rely on a third-party provider (Auth0) for our security and user account management

Chrome

  1. Click the menu icon in the upper right side of the browser window.

  2. Click Settings.

  3. Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.

  4. Click Content settings...

  5. Click Cookies

  6. Uncheck Block third-party cookies

Firefox

  1. Click the menu icon.

  2. Open the Options window.

  • For Windows users, click Options.
  • For Mac OS users, click Preferences...
  1. Click the Privacy & Security panel.

  2. In the History section, select Firefox will: Remember history.

Safari

  1. Click Safari in the menu bar.

  2. Click Preferences...

  3. Click the Privacy panel.

  4. Uncheck Prevent cross-site tracking

Internet Explorer

  1. Click the cog/tools menu icon in the upper right of the window.

  2. Click Internet Options.

  3. Click the Privacy tab.

  4. Click Advanced.

  5. Check Accept under Third-party cookies section

  6. Click OK

Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the menu icon in the upper right side of the browser window.

  2. Click Settings

  3. Click View Advanced Settings

  4. Select Don't block cookies under Cookies section

3. Why don't I see my organisation in GitHub settings?

It may be because your organisation does not allow Restlet to access its resources. To allow Restlet application, you can follow this GitHub tutorial.