Read User

Read the information about an existing user in Intercom.

Input Field

  • User
    • Intercom ID (text): the unique system-generated ID that identifies the user in Intercom. This field is required. NOTE: You can find this ID by using the “Search User” action.

Output Fields

  • User
    • User ID (text): the ID of the user that you determined upon creation of the user. NOTE: This is typically the ID of the user that is either within your internal system or to the ID of the contact in your CRM. This is separate from the system-generated ID that Intercom will assign each user.
    • Email (text): the email address of the user.
    • Name (text): the full name of the user.
    • Pseudonym (text): the fake name Intercom assigns to all leads before the real name of a lead is known. For example, “Grey Spaceship”.
    • App ID (text): the ID of your Intercom application.
    • Session Count (number): the number of sessions the user has in your application.
    • Unsubscribed From Emails (boolean): returns true or false depending on whether or not the user has unsubscribed from emails.
    • Created At (timestamp): the time that the user was added to Intercom.
    • Updated At (timestamp): the time that the user was last updated.
    • Signed Up At (text): the time at which the user signed up.
    • User Agent Data (text): data about the last agent the user was seen using.
    • Tags (list): a list of tags associated with the user.
    • Last Requested At (text): the time that the user last made a request.
    • Segment IDs (list): a list of segments (defined by ID) that the user is within.
    • Last Seen IP (text): the IP address from which the user last visited your application.
    • Companies (list of objects): a list of companies the user is associated with.
    • Social Profiles (list of objects): a list of social profiles of the user.
  • Location Data
    • City Name (text): the name of the city from which the user accesses your service.
    • Continent Code (text): the code of the continent from which the user accesses your service.
    • Country Name (text): the name of the country from which the user accesses your service.
    • Postal Code (text): the zip code from which the user accesses your service.
    • Region Name (text): the name of the region from which the user accesses your service.
    • Timezone (text): the timezone from which the user accesses your service.
    • Country Code (text): the code of the country from which the user accesses your service.