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Viewing inactive users with Bitbucket Cloud API

Is there a way to view inactive users (or date of last activity) with the API? If so, which endpoint could be used?

I see there is a user endpoint, but I need something that will display more information to help us manage user accounts.

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Pramodh M Community Leader Jan 25, 2022

Hi @caleb.hoffman 

Welcome to the Community!!

This seems like a no-go here.

The API's available won't serve much data with reference to what you asking since I have gone through the API's below

It only Gets the public information!! which is not what we want.

So basically until Atlassian officially releases something with managed accounts structure it's not possible


Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Jan 26, 2022

The user object will show if the account is active, inactive, or closed. This is a new attribute that was just added to the user object, see the announcement here.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Jan 25, 2022

Hi @caleb.hoffman,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

The user endpoint is the closest you can get, and is should return a list of attributes about the user that you can find here. The API for the user is changing in order to improve user privacy. Most of the user end points are moving to Cloud admin end points.

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