[Jason Mule, Ushahidi] Hello Nesp. If you are running your own deployment, you would typically store the secret and client id in the oauth_clients table. You should have an id and secret that the Ushahidi ui uses already saved in that table.
@ushbot thank you very much Jason! But can I use the Ushahidi APIs to implement that? I checked the APIs calls in the platform and they use my username and password as an admin. Should I substitute somehow those with the secret and client? Would it be possible to see a template of the call? Thank you very much!