Work with the XBRL API in Microsoft Excel, your own system, or app

LOGIN HERE and generate credentials, or register for a free XBRL US Web account
with your organization email address (ie. not Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc.) to get a 10-day trial of Member access (non-organization accounts will get non-Member access), then return to this page and request provisioning if you are not an XBRL US Member.

NOTE: You do not need OAuth2 access to use the Google Add-on for data from the XBRL API - this is handled automatically.

If your account has recently been provisioned and you are unable to generate client ID and secret pairs here, try using a private/incognito browser window or a different browser to login on this page (or clear your browser's cache).

Also, note that you cannot create Client ID and secret pairs if you use Sign in with Google exclusively - make sure you create an XBRL US Web account with a password (you can use the same email as your 'Sign on with Google' email) and use that email and password to create client ID and secret pairs necessary for the XBRL API. Still stuck? Contact us

All use of the XBRL API and Database of Public Filings is subject to these Terms of Use.

XBRL US Membership improves data access (see below). Sole Practitioners and Organizational Members also enjoy publishing rights and commercial use of data returned from our Database of Public Filings.

Membership TypeRecords per queryRecord offset limit
non-Member *1001,000
Basic Individual *5002,000
All Other Members2,000unlimited
* Account limit: 100,000 queries