API keys grant access to all resources within your organization. They should be used for programmatic access to your Timber account.
Click on the "API keys" tab.
You can obtain an API key by accessing the "API keys" section within your organization settings. Once there you have 2 choices:
Create a new API key by clicking "Create Key"
Copying the key of an existing API key.
Please read this FAQ on when to create or reuse an API key.
You can delete an API key by navigating to the "API K
We recommend creating an API for each operator (machine or person). This gives you the ability to revoke access for an individual operator if necessary.
For example, let's say you need an API key to send logs to Timber from your application, and you also need an API key for a developer on your team to use the Timber CLI. You should create 2 separate API keys for both of these operators, this way if your developer leaves the company you can simply delete their API key without disrupting your app.
Not at this time. Timber's API keys grant the holder admin level privileges to your organization's resources. Treat your API keys with care!
No, not at this time. As long as the API key lives in your account it is active. Timber currently does not implement a token / exchange access system with expiring keys.