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How and when to use service accounts with the Content API for Shopping

The Content API for Shopping documentation now includes a guide for using OAuth 2.0 service accounts with Content API for Shopping. This guide will be of particular interest to in-house developers, whose applications do not need access to third-party information. In such cases, requiring the application to get user approval and to keep track of refresh tokens may be unnecessary overhead.
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