Who created guest user
Currently i have no possibility to see who created a guest-user, except going through the audit-logs.
Maybe the User inviting the guest could be automatically set to the "Manager" attribute(which is currently not available for guest users).
Then the monthly review of created guest-accounts would be much easier to handle, as you could ask the inviter/manager if still needed.
This is good feedback and is in our backlog but not currently under development. While we work on prioritizing/designing the feature, it’s helpful to hear from you how you would use this information in your scenarios. Please let us know by adding comments here.
We also need this for internal audits.
The second reason is to enrich the user attributes f.e. with phonenumber and company data to show them in the profile cards.
We try to recertify the guest accounts every now and then. This is done by sending out a generic mail which has limited effect. We would like to be able to send out a personalised mail e.g. "the following guest accounts you created show limited activity please let us know if these can be removed"
Due to the nature "fast adhoc communication with large intervals" of the work we do not want to simply remove all apparently stale guest accounts.
Hi I would be a natural feature to have as a API thing or an attribute on the guest object, like the Manager attribute on ordinary users.
I also believe this feature is required for internal auditing.
It would also be nice to know which content(s) a Guest User have access to.
Because of the lack of such feature, we must restrict the user who may invite Guest and also restrict Guest domain.
This could help us conform to internal auditing demands. Get's my vote.
Martin Wüthrich commented
this would be highly needed. but please do not set an existing attribute automatically. It would be great to have an additional attribute like "InvitedBy"
We are starting to use guest accounts and we are trying capture who created the accounts as well. Since we don't have a good way of doing this we're looking at restricting who can send invites via the 'guest inviter' role.