Any way to obtain a "last login" parameter for Users via the API?

loganherzog
loganherzog βšͺ️

Trying to obtain something like this from a GET request to the API to send out some inactivity emails with a Python app of ours. Didn't see any parameters like this in the API documentation. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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  • MarkSnodgrass
    MarkSnodgrass Portland, Oregon πŸ₯·
    Answer βœ“

    If you have added the DomoStats datasets to your instance, the People dataset has the last login as a column. Pulling the information from there might be the easiest.




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  • GrantSmith
    GrantSmith Indiana πŸ₯·

    "There's an API for that" β„’ ο»Ώ πŸ˜‚

    api/identity/v1/users/search

    You can submit a POST request to that endpoint and it'll return user information. It defaults to 200 users.

    Sample body:

    {"showCount":true,"count":false,"includeDeleted":false,"includeSupport":false,"limit":200,"offset":0,"sort":{"field":"displayName","order":"ASC"},"filters":[],"attributes":["id","roleId","department","title","employeeId","employeeNumber","created","lastActivity","displayName","modified"]}
    

    Standard API warning: This is an unsupported API thus can change at any time and is not supported by Domo Support. Use at your own risk.



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  • loganherzog
    loganherzog βšͺ️

    Thanks to both of you fellas! I totally forgot about the DomoStats dataset, I'll be going with that solution. :)

  • MarkSnodgrass
    MarkSnodgrass Portland, Oregon πŸ₯·

    That's great to hear @loganherzog . If you can mark the answer as accepted, that will help others in the community.




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