Hi @Doc Gen
Sorry, I didn't actually try this, I just assumed that the Confluence API call would behave the same way as the Jira one, which it doesn't :-(
According to this, what you need to do is run a group query
then for each group, get it's members with
I've tried this and it works, it just seems crazy having to do it this way
Thanks for the quick reply!! I have tried this API in the past. As you mentioned, it gets crazy if the number of groups are too many . I wish they can expose the User Search Rest API in Confluence Cloud as well, similar to what is available in the JIRA Cloud.
It is really annoying to look up users via groups specially when you have to keep refreshing your pool to make sure you have the updated list.
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