All Users shows a list of every device in your OneSignal App, and Data Collected by the OneSignal SDK. Use this page to do the following actions:
You can show/hide the data attributes with the columns button (1), search by Player Id, External User Id or Email (2) and filter by Segments (3).
Jump to details on All Users Data Columns below.
There are a couple options for finding your device depending on the data you currently have:
Open your app or site with your subscribed device. Make sure the OneSignal SDK is initialized. Then in All Users sort by "Last Active" so the arrow points up to see the latest active devices.
You may need to confirm it is your device by making the IP Address field visible. Click the "VISIBLE COLUMN LIST" filter at the top-right and checking IP Address to view the IP Address column.
You can also check the "DEVICE" column to see the model and Operating System version.
iOS users, the model is based on the Hardware String. Click that link and search for the device you see. For example "iPhone9,3 (12.3.1)" means "iPhone 7 with operating system version 12.3.1".
If you setup your app or website to collect External User Ids or if you are searching for an Email record, you can use the drop down search by the parameter.
If you added a specific tag to the user like a
To find device by IP Address, you need to get a CSV export of your devices and search them manually. Please see our guide on exporting user data from the Dashboard or use the API CSV Export POST call.
You can also find your playerId through the SDK by using one of our Player Id methods in the console for your app or site.
Mobile SDK - Use the
getPermissionSubscriptionState method on our Mobile SDKs to log the player id to your IDE (Xcode, Android Studio, etc.)
1 Using the same browser you are subscribed to your site, open the site URL with the OneSignal code active.
2 Open the Debugger console (F12 or Right Click the site > Inspect).
3 Click the "Console" section and add this code:
4 You will see your OneSignal player ID logged to the console if you are subscribed.
First you need to find your devices, then simply select Options > Add to Test Users
The provided columns contain a variety of data attributes about your users, as follows:
Push or Email Record
Whether the user's device is currently subscribed to push or email.
The last date/time the user's device communicated with OneSignal servers.
For Web Push: This value is updated anytime a user visits any OneSignal-enabled page of your site in a new tab or new window. Clicking links in the same page or refreshing the same page does not cause the value to be updated for performance reasons. If a user clicks a notification and the notification brings them back to a OneSignal-enabled page of your site in a new tab, the Last Active time will be updated.
The first date/time the user's device communicated with OneSignal servers.
Platform and specific model of the user's device, including operating system version or browser version.
Number of unique times the user's device has communicated with OneSignal servers.
Xcode build number or Android Studio versionCode in your App build.gradle
Country based on IP Address the user's device was in the last time it communicated with OneSignal servers.
By default this is not collected for EU Users. More details in Handling Personal Data.
OneSignal SDK Version based on the Native SDK Platform
Android - whether the device is rooted.
Mobile Only - Geolocation (lat, long) of the user's device, sent if the user has granted location permissions to your app. Must be turned on to be tracked More details in Handling Personal Data.
Mobile Only - Number of seconds the user's device has had your app open.
The language set in the device or browser settings.
The unique identifier of the user's device. More info on the OneSignal Player ID
External User ID
Your unique user id. See Internal Database, DMP, & CRM.
Segments the user's device belongs to.
The JSON output of any tags your app has added to the user. More details in Add Data Tags.
Email Records Only - The email address of the device. More in Email Overview.
The identifier of the device that facilitates push notifications. Must be available to receive push.
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