I was wondering if there was an easier way to do it? Or if there is a way to say that the team agent must accept the new conditions before the account is blocked? and here itunespartner.apple.com/en/apps/faq/Users%20and%20Roles_Overview We need a way to go through all the teams to which we have been added and say whether each team should accept the new conditions. In principle, I need to know if this message is displayed when I log in to the developer portal or the App Store connect. “Apple Developer Program`s licensing agreement has been updated.” Go back to your App Store Connect, agreements, taxes and banking appstoreconnect.apple.com so you need a feature to check if a new agreement should be accepted without really changing an application? In order to update your existing apps and send new apps to the App Store, users must verify and accept the updated agreement in their account on the developers` website using the “Team Agent” role. I have had a developer account for a few years and I have been successfully publishing paid applications for a while. If I log in to iTunes Connect today, a new message appears above: Is it possible to know if an account I`m a team member on should have connected the agent to accept a new Apple license agreement? Is such a thing even exposed by Apple`s api or can it be done only by screen scraping? To accept this agreement, they must have already accepted apple Developer Program`s licensing agreement on their account on the developers` website. The hyperlink at the end of the message will lead you to developer.apple.com, but after the search, the required action is in the tax and banking agreements in itunesconnect.apple.com enter developer.apple.com/account and log into your account. Sign in to your Apple developer account developer.apple.com/account First, we receive an email if a team has to accept the new terms. If you log in, you`ll see a yellow banner, and it`s going to stay like this somewhere for ten days to two weeks? Not sure, b/c I just learned this last time updating. After this window, the account is blocked and we cannot create certificates, profiles, etc. until the terms are accepted. At this point, this yellow banner is now red and access to the .apps property triggers an exception. One thing we`ve learned is that once an App Store Connect account is blocked, so if you try to access the app board in the spaceship, it will trigger an error. In fact, we have used only one Begin/Rescure to determine if the account is blocked and must accept an updated license.