Scopes specify what access privileges are being requested as part of the authorization. For example, the
If you need scopes in addition to the reserved scopes provided, you can create them. Custom scopes can have corresponding claims that tie them to some sort of user information.
In the administrator UI, navigate to API > Authorization Servers.
Choose the name of the Authorization Server to display, and then select Scopes.
Choose Scopes > Add Scope, and provide a name and description, then choose Create to save the scope.
These scopes are referenced by the Claims dialog.
If you set a scope as "Default", then it will be included by default in any tokens that are created. Depending on which flow you are using, it might also allow you to exclude the
scope parameter from your token request.