The following is a list of grants with their associated access to user rights. Users can authorize applications to use their account, but with limited permissions based on the grants the user gave to the application. An application acting on behalf of a user cannot actually use rights that the user does not have however. There may be additional information about individual rights.
|Patrol changes to pages |
|View restricted log entries |
|Protect and unprotect pages |
|Access private information |
|Merge page histories |
|Access checkuser data |
|Create short URLs |
|Globally block or unblock an IP address |
|Manage global account status |
|Access two-factor authentication (OATH) information for self and others |
These additional grants are applicable to OAuth consumers.
|User identity verification only, no ability to read pages or act on a user's behalf.|
|User identity verification only with access to real name and email address, no ability to read pages or act on a user's behalf.|