This morning, Marty mentioned that he was having trouble with Quill because of my previous change where I updated the default scope to "create" instead of "post". (I documented this change as part of Day 51, but I suppose it could have been its own 100days project itself!)
With that change, I left an option for people to choose the scope that Quill requests the first time they sign in.
The next time you sign in, this debugging prompt is skipped and Quill requests the same scope you chose previously. However that also meant that you couldn't change your mind about which scope you wanted, and in Marty's case, he didn't realize that he had chosen the default "create" when he signed in.
To address this problem, today I added an option in the settings to have Quill "forget" everything it knows about you. It will delete the cached endpoints, access token, and saved scope, so that when you log in back it will re-prompt you with everything like the first time you signed in.
Hopefully this helps with people debugging things!