The User object represents a user in a Notion workspace. Users include full workspace members, and integrations. Guests are not included. You can find more information about members and guests in this guide.
Provisioning users and groups using SCIM
The SCIM API is available for workspaces in Notion's Enterprise Plan. Learn more about using SCIM with Notion.
Setting up single sign-on (SSO) with Notion
Single sign-on (SSO) can be configured for workspaces in Notion's Enterprise Plan. Learn more about SSO with Notion.
Where user objects appear in the API
User objects appear in the API in nearly all objects returned by the API, including:
- Block object under
- Page object under
- Database object under
- Rich text object, as user mentions.
- Property object when the property is a
User objects will always contain
id keys, as described below. The remaining properties may appear if the user is being rendered in a rich text or page property context, and the bot has the correct capabilities to access those properties. For more about capabilities, see the Capabilities guide and the Authorization guide.
These fields are shared by all users, including people and bots. Fields marked with * are always present.
|Display-only||Unique identifier for this user.|
|Display-only||Type of the user. Possible values are |
|Display-only||User's name, as displayed in Notion.|
|Display-only||Chosen avatar image.|
User objects that represent people have the
type property set to
"person". These objects also have the following properties:
|Display-only||Properties only present for non-bot users.|
|Display-only||Email address of person. This is only present if an integration has user capabilities that allow access to email addresses.|
A user object's
type property is
"bot" when the user object represents a bot. A bot user object has the following properties:
|Display-only||If you're using |
|Display-only||Information about who owns this bot.|
|Display-only||The type of owner, either |
|Display-only||If the |