I have several apps at work that interact heavily with the Rest API. I use the JWT method for authentication, and I can see that this will be deprecated in 2023. These are internal apps, used only by me and my team. I don’t want a published/public app, I just want to make sure these automations keep running through 2023. So, I’m looking at the Server-To-Server app type, as that is what is recommended in the deprecation info.
What I don’t understand is the part with scopes. I don’t want to scope certain portions of the Rest API, I just want a durable set of credentials that give me access to every every endpoint the API has to offer, for whatever requests I get. The app doesn’t activate unless I scope out certain fields. Should my next move to be to just check every box that is offered? Can there be a ‘check all’ feature, if this is the case? If not, how am should I be thinking of this differently?