As admin, it would be helpful to be able to:
(1) export a full user list
(2) see which dashboards a user has access to
(3) share multiple dashboards with a user - with option to turn off the notification emails
I don't have a suggestion for #'s 2 and 3. Those are good questions that I've pinged Sisense Support about as well.
In regard to #1, have you used the API? I use the users/ endpoint to get a list of active users. This is an example output:
These are great feature suggestions, we are already considering for next year.
We are looking into how we can enhance dashboard administration including providing an administrator with a view of all the dashboards in the system, and which users are sharing them.
Additionally, we are considering providing more fine-tune granularity to the email settings in a system, and to be able to toggle on/off different types of emails generated by the system.
These features are still in planning stages, and I look forward to sharing more information about them in the future.
Any news on this, @Ahuva you mention of working on a solution two years ago, has it been implemented?
We have implemented advanced dashboard search capabilities.
An administrator can now search for all dashboards shared with a user using the filter: "Shared with". This is available since version 7.4, as part of the dashboard admin functionality we have invested in this year.
See documentation here:
That is not what I was looking for. This only answers to what dashboards a user has access to. What I am looking for is the ability to export a full list of all of my users with their names, email address, primary roles, and groups.
When I wrote we were considering features, I was referring to the dashboard administration capabilities. In that area we did release many new capabilities this year.
Regarding exporting the user table to a file, at this point, I can recommend using a script over REST API to extract the information you are asking for. I will keep this request in mind for the future.
A list of active users would be really helpful, especially when you are running the instance as an ASP with different users in different groups associated to different clients. Is there an easy way of doing this?
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