Users

Learn more about managing users in Flow.

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User management
All Flow users, including those ingested from your integrations, appear on the Users  page. Use this page to manage ingested users and users you've added to Flow. In this article User information User management User CSV downl...
Managing user details
You can manage associated aliases, view and manage team membership, view and manage user's view rights, view and edit user's associated roles, manage user's access to reports, and administrative permissions and API access.   ...
Merge users
Engineers use multiple identities to do their work. Merging these identities ensures the engineer's work is reflected holistically and accurately. The merge tool helps you merge these identities together. Learn more about aliases and what the...
Aliases
Flow uses aliases and apex aliases to identify and manage user accounts. This helps Flow merge users and present accurate data across reports. Learn more about User management . In this article Aliases Additional Aliases Apex aliases ...
Managing users: Hiding versus excluding users
You may notice you have a lot of users in your users lists and metrics. 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 third party library impo...
Hidden users
When you import an open source repo, Flow imports any users who contributed to that repo with the repo’s data. This includes users outside your organization. These outside users can clutter your user list and make managing your actual users c...
Excluding users from reports
There are situations where you may want to exclude or 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 account bu...
How do I invite and add new users to my account?
After receiving an invitation to join your organization’s Flow account, follow the steps below to create your account and log in for the first time. Then, invite additional users into your Flow account. In this article Permissions Jo...