User management

How to manage and merge users.

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User management
Overview All users that have been ingested across your integrations, will be visible on the Users page. Use this page to manage users that appear in your reports and manage users that have been given access to Flow. User management ...
User details
Overview There are two primary types of users in Flow: users with a login and users without a login. Based on this user type, you will see different available tabs for each individual user. Below is an outline of the types of information that...
Merge users
Overview When an engineer uses multiple identities to do their work, it is essential to get the identities merged, so that the engineer's work is reflected holistically and accurately. The merge tool helps you merge these identities toget...
Aliases
Overview Aliases and apex aliases are commonly referenced throughout the Flow platform and our help center. This document outlines what they are, and where they come from. . Aliases An alias is a unique identifier for a user. A user...
Why are there so many users?
Overview Typically these users come in from open source libraries. Since we track the “origin user” of each line of code and look at all historical data, adding a 3rd party library will import those users too. However, they genera...
Excluding users from reports
Overview At times it is necessary to exclude/hide users from your reports. Some common use cases are: Current employees you do not want to track in Flow. External contributors who committed to an open source repository in your acco...