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New filters for personal access token API
Prior to this release, API calls to retrieve personal access tokens (PATs) were relatively basic. Now, you can filter results on many properties and link filters together to do complex filtering on parameters such as:
- When a token was last used.
- If a token is revoked.
- A token’s name.
These new API filters for PATs provide users and administrators more useful results from the PAT API.
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