User Management

The new user management function doesn't show details like last login and other user info, what happened to that data overnight with the change?

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This is pretty important functionality from a user management perspective to just suddenly lose -- from a troubleshooting perspective alone we use this regularly to tell if users are using the product, they're using the correct username, etc.

We too are horrified to lose this functionality


lost all kinds of capability (automatic group addition, retention of search terms when searching for user, last login (how can we tell if a user ever logged in?)

who said simple is better?

I'm missing those features too.

Is there any way yo re-enable login details for the user management? (last login, login count, etc).

If it's not yet implemented in the new version (centralized), is there any way to migrate to the old view?


+1 to the "overnight removal of the feature" being nonsense/abusive.

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