(default) Formats the output as HTML for display. Shortcodes are parsed, paragraph tags are added, etc..
Formats the output for editing. Shortcodes are left unparsed, significant whitespace is kept, etc..
Output pretty JSON
Optional. Loads data from the endpoints found in the 'meta' part of the response. Comma-separated list. Example: meta=site,likes
The user ID that the Keyring connection belongs to.
The type of service that this connection belongs to (publicize or other).
The name of the service associated with this Keyring connection.
The display friendly name of the service associated with this Keyring connection.
(iso 8601 datetime)
Date when the Keyring connection was first established.
(iso 8601 datetime)
Date when the Keyring connection expires, if any.
An identifier for the user on the third-party service.
A display friendly identifier for the user on the third-party service, usually a username or login name.
A display friendly identifier for the user on the third-party service, typically defined by the user and the one that the user has chosen as their preferred identifier.
The URL to the user's profile picture on the third-party service.
Array of additional external user objects (external_ID, external_name, external_display, external_profile_picture, external_category, external_meta) available for this Keyring connection (e.g. for Facebook pages)
The current status of the connection to the third-party service. "ok" for connections with no problems, and "broken" for connections that need to be fixed fixed.
The URL to refresh the Keyring token.
An array of site IDs currently using this Keyring connection.
Object with links to the publicize connection, help links and related items.
These are the possible errors returned by this endpoint.
This user is not authorized to access keyring connections on this site.
Please provide a valid numeric keyring connection ID
Keyring connection with this ID not found.
You do not have permission to access this Keyring connection.
Access token does not have the required scope
An active access connection must be used to access keyring connections.