Users Tab

The Users tab lists all users within your organization who are currently assigned to a particular SaaS application. The user list is pulled by a Direct Connect Application Integration with SaaS Management or by a Single Sign-On (SSO) Application Integration.

The following tables describe the Users tab buttons and table columns.

Users Tab Buttons
Users Tab Columns

Users Tab Buttons

The table below explains the functionality of the buttons found on this screen.

Users Tab Buttons

Button

Explanation

Reclamation Opportunities

This tile is only available for applications that can enable the Reclamation integration task through a direct integration. For a listing of SaaS applications with this Reclamation feature, refer to the Application Task Tracking chart.

The number displayed represents the number of opportunities for reclaiming user licenses. The number of users and the number of Reclamation Opportunities are updated once on a daily cadence when the Reclamation integration task is enabled.

Clicking the opportunity number opens a Reclamation Opportunities slideout, which includes the following:

Email 
First Name 
Last Name 
Status: as a reclamation opportunity is processed, the status column may display:
Opportunity: no action has been taken.
In Progress: the administrator has chosen to reclaim the license, and an email was sent to the end user.
Cancelled: the administrator or user has cancelled the process. Cancelled opportunities should become an opportunity again if the license user becomes inactive in the HR roster. The user would be a security risk rather than an underutilized license.
Successful: the reclamation was successful.
Reason: in order of precedence, the following identifies a user as a reclamation opportunity:
Not Part of HR Roster 
Inactive Employee 
Inactive or Never Active Application 

For details on how to reclaim a user license, refer to Reclaiming SaaS Licenses.

Show Filters

Reveals columns that have search or filters.

Clear All

Clears search terms in grid column searches.

Export CSV

Exports a listing of users that can be further analyzed in tools such as Microsoft Excel.

Users Tab Columns

The table below explains the following Users tab columns. For general search, filter, and sort capabilities within columns to Using Tables in SaaS Management.

Users Tab Columns

Column Name

Explanation

Email

This column displays either the user’s:

Email address
Unique ID when an email address is not returned from the SaaS application’s API integrated with SaaS Management

Note:By default, this is a static column and will remain frozen and visible when other columns are adjusted or pinned.

Users Slideout

Clicking a user’s email link opens the users slideout.

The view more user details link takes you to the Administration > SaaS Settings > Organization > All SaaS Users screen and displays the user’s All SaaS Users Screen Usage Statistics.

For users with activity data:

The user’s last login date displays in the Last Activity field.
The Activity Count graph is populated with activity counts by date range.

For never active users:

Never displays in the Last Activity field.
The Activity Count graph is blank.

First Name

This column displays either:

The user’s first name.
A blank field or information other than the user’s first name. This event occurs when the user’s first name was not returned from the SaaS application’s API integrated with SaaS Management.

Last Name

This column displays either:

The user’s last name.
A blank field or information other than the user’s last name. This event occurs when the user’s last name was not returned from the SaaS application’s API integrated with SaaS Management.

Activity

Within a few minutes after Adding an Application and Setting Activity Thresholds, user activity is displayed as Active, Inactive, or Never Active based on the Activity Threshold set in the Overview Tab and the date in the Last Activity column of the Users tab.

For example, if the date in the Last Activity column for a user was from 31 days ago and the Activity Threshold set in the Overview Tab was for 30 days, Inactive would display in the Activity column for that user.

The number of Active, Inactive, or Never Active users in this column matches the number of Active Users, Inactive Users, and Never Active Users in the Application Usage section of the Overview Tab .

Last Activity

Within a few minutes after Adding an Application, this column’s data is displayed as per the last activity of the user (If any).

This column displays either the:

Date of the last activity recorded from the SaaS application roster. For active users, this date will be within the Activity Threshold. For inactive users, this date will be outside of the Activity Threshold. This date matches the number in the Days Since Last Activity column of Underutilized SaaS Accounts screen, which is populated overnight.
Value Never when no activity has been recorded from the SaaS application roster. This Never status matches the Never Active status in the Days Since Last Activity column of Underutilized SaaS Accounts screen, which is populated overnight.

Note:You can use the Calendar feature to select a date range for viewing last activities.

Employee Status

The values Active, Inactive, or Disabled are based on your organization’s HR Roster.

A user can be Inactive under the following circumstances:

User was once present in the HR Roster data from the HR provider, but no longer is.
User is still returned in the HR Roster list, but the HR provider has specified an “Inactive” date. This scenario will vary among HR providers as not all of them provide a user’s inactive date to SaaS Management.

At this time, the value Disabled is only available for Azure. Your organization can apply the circumstances for using this employee status in Azure. An example could be for users who are on a long-term leave.

Department

This information is based on the SaaS application’s API integration with SaaS Management.

Location

This information is based on the SaaS application’s API integration with SaaS Management.

Activities (# Days)

This column displays the number of activities recorded in the last 30 days for the user. This column’s heading contains the number of days selected for the Activity Threshold in the Overview Tab .

This column’s data contains the number of activities performed by the user based on the number of days selected for the Activity Threshold in the Overview Tab . For details, refer to Setting Activity Thresholds. The number of activities tracked is dependent on the SaaS application’s API integration with SaaS Management.

Licenses

By default, this column displays the user’s total number of licenses based on the number of SaaS application SKUs assigned to the user. Next to the number is the name of the license(s) assigned to the user.

When this information is exported by CSV, license names are comma delineated.

The source for the license names is either the:

Technopedia catalog
Customer-supplied SKU for SKUs not in the Technopedia catalog