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The user will be redirected to the LINE Login dialog for authentication. The user must then log in to LINE with an email and password. (There are certain cases where the user will not have to enter their login credentials. Please refer to the FAQ entry titled "How does auto login work?")

A confirmation screen is displayed instead of the LINE Login dialog.

Once the user logs in, a consent screen is displayed to request the permissions specified in the scope parameter. If the permissions specified in the scope parameter are profile and/or openid and the user has already granted all the permissions, the consent screen is not displayed. If the permissions include email , a consent screen is displayed at each login with or without the prompt parameter.

Once the user is authenticated and authorization is complete, the HTTP status code 302 and the following query parameters are returned in the callback URL.

The following is an example response.

If the user denies the permissions requested by your application, the following parameters are returned in the callback URL query string.

This is an example of an error response.

If the user denies the permissions requested by your application, your application should handle the error appropriately.

To get an access token, make an HTTP POST request with the authorization code. Once you have an access token, you can use it to make API calls. The access token is issued at the following endpoint.

POST https://api.line.me/oauth2/v2.1/token

The information in the request body is in a form-urlencoded format.

This an example of an HTTP POST request to get an access token.

The LINE Platform validates the request and returns an access token and other data as shown in the table below.

The following is an example JSON response.

ID tokens are JSON web tokens (JWT) with information about the user. The ID token consists of a header, payload, and signature separated by period (.) characters. Each part is a base64url-encoded value. For more information, see the specification.

The following is an example of a decoded header value. In this example, the header declares that the encoded object uses the HMAC SHA-256 algorithm. LINE Login only uses HMAC SHA-256.

The user's information is found in the payload section.

The following is an example of a decoded payload section.

The signature is used to verify the validity of the response. The signature is a base64url-encoded hash computed using the HMAC SHA-256 algorithm with the base64url-encoded header + "." + payload as the value and the channel secret as a key. To ensure the security of your app, you should always verify the signature of the token.

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How it works

Filtered provides online courses that maximize the impact on its users and their businesses, while minimizing the time they spend training. It does this by stripping out anything they don't need to learn:

It's this second step that is the job of the 'Filter' – the algorithm that selects content appropriate to each user.

It's this second step that is the job of the 'Filter'

The Filter

The Filter removes training material that you don't need – leaving a much-distilled and highly relevant course. Our courses (in Excel , PowerPoint and ) are divided into modules – typically over 100 per course – and it's from these that the Filter makes its selection. The Filter removes modules because they aren't necessary for your work or because you are already proficient in them. So your end result, when it comes to modules to take, may look like the below.

The Filter removes modules because they aren't necessary Just what you need to know

To do this the Filter first asks questions to understand how you want to use your training – what is it that you need to do, what will your work involve?

questions to understand how you want to use your training

For example, if you work in financial services, need to become an expert at Microsoft Excel, and expect to be analysing data all the time, the Filter will assess that there's a high likelihood that you need to know the contents of modules covering the use of PivotTables. The Filter asks:

Just what you need to learn

Once the Filter has established what you need to know, it moves on to what you know already. It asks a set of questions to assess your current knowledge and proficiency.

It asks a set of questions to assess your current knowledge and proficiency.

The first of these questions gauges your confidence at the characteristic tasks, and your overall facility with the application. The Filter then tests your knowledge objectively, with multiple-choice questions. Together these questions allow the Filter to estimate the likelihood that you already know the material in each of the course modules.

So again for example, if you say you are already an expert at analysing data, and answer questions on PivotTables correctly, then we'll assess there's a high likelihood that you already know the contents of our PivotTables material, and some of it will be filtered out of your recommended syllabus.

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