The key-value syntax, the condition operators and the logical operators of the user search queries are the same as alert search queries. However, available fields to include in the queries differ from the Alerts Search Query Help queries as expected.
Universally unique identifier of the user as string
Boolean flag that shows if a user is blocked due to a subscription update.
Login e-mail of the user as string
username: [email protected]
Boolean flag that shows if a user is verified.
Boolean flag that shows if a user has either a default role excepting Observer or a custom role that is extended from a default role excepting Observer.
Name of the role (no matter default or custom role) as string that is assigned to a user
The combination of the name and the surname of a user as string
fullName: "Kadir Türker Gülsoy"
Time zone of the user string. You can refer Supported Timezone IDs to see the possible values.
Locale of the user as string. You can refer Supported Locale IDs to see the possible values.
UTC Timestamp that the user is muted until. There are two options for the format of the value:
UTC Timestamp that the user was created at. There are two options for the format of the value:
UTC Timestamp that the user was updated last. There are two options for the format of the value:
Skype username of the user as string.
Tag of the user as string. When a value is specified, users are matched only if at least one of their tags satisfy the given field-value condition.
Country of the user as string
address.country: "United States of America"
State (Address) of the user as string
City of the user as string
address.city: "San Francisco"
Address line of the user as string
address.line: "2166 Foxworthy Ave"
ZIP Code of the users' address as string.
Value of the custom property of the user for the given key.
The key can be any string value. E.g. "this is: a key".
details."this is a key": "long property value"
Will match more than one character.
Will match just one character.
Updated almost 4 years ago