What This API Endpoint Does

With the Users API you can get a list of all users in your Rise account as well as the details of a single user.


  • GET /users - list users

  • GET /users/{userId} - get details of a user by user id

User Object

  • id (string) - the unique identifier of the user

  • email (string) - the user's email address

  • groupsUrl (string) - URL to list user's groups from the API

  • reportingGroupsUrl (string) - URL to list groups the user is a reporter for from the API (note: only set when user has a role of reporter)

  • role (string) - the user's role (one of learner, author, reporter, or admin)

  • firstName (string) - the user's first name

  • lastName (string) - the user's last name

  • lastActiveAt (string) - the date and time of the user's last activity in rise

  • learnerReportUrl (string) - URL to fetch the user's learner report from the API

  • favoritesUrl (string) - URL to fetch the user's favorites list from the API

  • url (string) - URL to fetch user's details from the API

Retrieving a List of Users

GET /users

Request Parameters (Query String)

  • limit (integer, optional) - the maximum number of results to return in a single response (see Pagination); must be between 1 and 100 (defaults to 50)

  • email (string, optional) - if provided, only return users with this email address

Example Response

"users": [
"id": "example-user-id-1",
"email": "foo@example.com",
"groupsUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1/groups",
"reportingGroupsUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1/reportingGroups/",
"role": "reporter",
"firstName": "Example First Name 1",
"lastName": "Example Last Name 1",
"lastActiveAt": "2021-10-28T20:39:52.659Z",
"learnerReportUrl": "https://api.rise.com/reports/learners/example-user-id-1",
"favoritesUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1/favorites",
"url": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1"
}, ...
"nextUrl": "https://url-for-next-page-of-results"

Retrieving Specific User Details

GET /users/{userId}

Example Response

"id": "example-user-id",
"email": "example@example.com",
"groupsUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1/groups",
"reportingGroupsUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id-1/reportingGroups/",
"role": "reporter",
"firstName": "Example First Name",
"lastName": "Example Last Name",
"lastActiveAt": "2021-10-28T20:39:52.659Z",
"learnerReportUrl": "https://api.rise.com/reports/learners/example-user-id",
"favoritesUrl": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id/favorites",
"url": "https://api.rise.com/users/example-user-id"

Endpoint-specific Error Codes

  • user_not_found - cannot retrieve user because user does not exist

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