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Google keeps changing their interface. As of November 2015, the steps are: Go to https://myaccount.google.com Click on "Connected apps & sites" Click on "Manage apps" to revoke permissions


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Access the Credentials section of the project at Google Cloud Console. https://console.developers.google.com/apis/credentials/consent?project=project-id-##### Click "OAuth consent screen". Input the link to "Privacy policy URL". Click "Save" button. The "Privacy policy URL" input field is outlined by a red line.


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Go to your profile and settings on the Twitter website, select "Apps" from the list on the left, pick the app you don't want and select "Revoke Access".


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In general, the ability to "manage" (and not just "view") your GMail includes the various actions that you might perform manually when interacting with your account via the standard web-interface. For example, such actions can include deleting, starring, labeling, and archiving individual emails -- to name just a few. I personally do not use Slice.com, and ...


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