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How to export Opsgenie users with configuration

Hello,

Is there a way to export a list of Opsgenie users along with configuration around notifications (type of notifications and phone numbers)?

Thank you.

William

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John M Atlassian Team Apr 18, 2022

Hi William,

There is no report in-app for that, but the Get User API will list the user contact number and method for individual users. 

You could use the List User API first to get all user IDs (which are needed for the Get User API) and then have the Get User API loop through them to list all users and their contact number/methods. 

I was looking more for an automated way rather than through the API... I'm not a coder or know how to execute these commands... was hoping there would be a report that could be run. There should be a simpler way to do this.

Thanks for the information though. 

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Same situation for me, trying to run a report of unverified users but am not a coder. It seems there would be a way to get a simple list without wading into the "high grass".

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