“The OAuth Personal Token could not be verified. Please check that the Token has been entered correctly and has the minimum required permissions.”
The minimum permissions often relates to the permissions that the plugin/theme/support system you’re attempting to connect to needs in order to process your requests. Best check the author documentation on what they are expecting here and compare that against the permissions found at https://build.envato.com/my-apps/
… coming up with a permanent solution is something Envato need to prioritise
Despite how much we’d like to resolve this across the board, I’m afraid not all API token issues are something that Envato can solve due to the number of moving parts outside of Envato’s control. Take for instance, some hosting providers block outbound connections via PHP’s cuRL functions (which are common functions used to access the API) due to the potential for abuse. Envato isn’t able to rectify this since the hosting isn’t something we manage; it’s something you’ll need to chase up with your provider. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes issues that could stand between you and the Envato API.
Should you hit API issues or have any questions, I’d recommend opening a support ticket since that is the most reliable and sure fire way to get your questions answered and escalated if needed.