- Find documentation related to users at the following links (and you can always find them through the search bar):
Users & Groups Category
Permissions & Configurations Training: Granular Permissions for Roles, Users, Groups & Spaces
Note on userIds:
- You can find a user's userId in their profile URL after /users/. For example: https://apidocs.cloud.answerhub.com/users/7/dzone.html (The userId in this example is 7).
- You can also find a User ID by making a request to retrieve a list of all the answers.
We support the following sorting criteria in operations returning a paged list of users:
This parameter sorts users from most reputable (highest amount of reputation points) to least reputable (least amount of reputation points).
This parameter sorts users by username in ascending alphabetical order (Aa, Bb, Cc, etc).
This parameter sorts users from the most recent to the earliest created (registered).
This parameter sorts users from the earliest to the most recently created (registered).
By default (if you do not select other sort options) the AnswerHub API will sort returned users in a request by reputation, from most to least.
This is the URL connected to the avatar image for a user.
This is a count of a user's Bronze-level awards.
This is the timestamp formatted creation date of a given user.
This is the string formatted creation date of a given user.
This is a count of a user's Gold-level awards.
This is the unique integer (digit) identifier for a given user.
This is the boolean flag that specifies whether a given user has been granted moderator permissions.
This is the timestamp formatted date when last updating or modifying a given user's information.
This is the human readable real name of a user. The value will only return if the Site Admin has chosen to show Real Names rather than User Names. If the Site Admin has chosen to show User Names, the value will be empty. (Accessed via Users & Groups > Settings > General.)
This is the integer (digit) representation of the number of reputation points a user has.
This is a count of a user's Silver-level awards.
This is the boolean flag that specifies whether a given user has been granted administrator permissions.
This is the type discriminator.
This is the assigned username for a given user.
This is a slug representation of a user's real name.