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Note: This article mentions legacy components, an older method of adding integrations to your workspace. For the newest platform features, like message buttons and the Events API, visit Building Slack apps.
API tokens can be created for both members and bot users. For added security, it’s a good idea to rotate these tokens periodically.
Legacy test tokens
Create a token
Test tokens are just for you, so be sure to treat them as you would a password. Never share tokens with other users or applications.
Scroll to find the workspace and user that you'd like to re-issue a token for.
Click Re-issue token. (You may see Request token if your workspace has the Approved Apps feature enabled.)
Note: API tester tokens are quite powerful and it is a best practice to revoke them if they are not being used. Slack will automatically revoke old tokens if they remain unused for long periods of time.