Shout-out to for noticing this first.
Google Sign-In (http://goo.gl/3klKUK) is a powerful mechanism to authenticate a user to your app using Google Accounts. With Google Sign-In, developers can request authorization for their apps to access other Google APIs on behalf of the user.
If you're new to authorization, the concept of scopes relates to granting an app third-party access to authorized data. Each scope is a single character string (represented currently as a URL). An app will request one or more scopes of authorization it wants to obtain so that it can access data on behalf of the user(s) granting (or denying) that access.
In the past, the scopes were only found in the documentation for each of the APIs. We're happy to announce that we’ve now consolidated the OAuth scopes for all Google APIs onto a single page. Check it out! developers.google.com/identity/protocols/googlescopes
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