User Last loggged in and User Usage
It would be great to see when a team member last logged in on the user account management page. It would also be great to see like a report or extension on the user page where we can see user usage information. Like number of compares, deployments, etc.. may when last compare was done.
While it is not currently possible to view the "User Last Logged in" information, we are able to give an idea of user usage with the new Reporting API. Specifically, the deployment frequency endpoint provides data on every deployment done with Gearset and includes information such as who completed the deployment and when. This would allow you to do some aggregation and understand how often users are using Gearset.
You can find a walkthrough for this feature at https://docs.gearset.com/en/articles/6216345-getting-started-with-the-gearset-reporting-api and try manually querying the API with our dynamic documentation at https://api.gearset.com/public/reporting/docs/index.html
You may find the aggregate endpoint useful as you can specifically query to aggregate by number of deployments by user over time. I hope this helps, but do get in contact with us via the in-app chat if you have any questions on this.
In the meantime we will continue to consider the other information that has been requested
Swaminathan Balasubramanyam commented
Also it provides as to review frequently who is not using the gearset and license can be assigned who is in need.
Nanners Lamet commented
This is a critical security issue for our organization. I realize that the reporting capabilities on usage might be difficult to develop, so if at minimum we could get the last logged in date for each user that would be incredibly helpful. Even better would be last logged in date + IP address of the login.
greg grinberg commented
This would be very helpful for organizations with a large number of gearset users.
It would be great if there was a way to report out by user on the total number of Deployments, Comparisons, Validated packages. I see you have it on the portal, but I am not able to extract the data to analyze it.