Use API to post user

It would be nice if the API supported posting users (aka equivalent to adding an approved user email address in the Privacy settings of the forum).

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Sergey Stukov
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At this moment we considering about separation of user accounts, so each community will have completely isolated uses account, after this we will add ability to create users with verified emails via API.
Mathew.Weaver
Thanks for the response. Just so I can plan accordingly, when do you expect the isolated accounts to be implemented? Would that be within a few weeks? A few months? or longer? I can manage with how things work now, I just want to plan our deployment appropriately.
Vladimir Mullagaliyev
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Thanks for the response. Just so I can plan accordingly, when do you expect the isolated accounts to be implemented? Would that be within a few weeks? A few months? or longer? I can manage with how things work now, I just want to plan our deployment appropriately.
Hello Mathew.
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Mathew.Weaver
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Hello Mathew.
We have completed your request. Check it out here http://userecho.com/dev/api/forums/access_list/cre...

Also feel free to subscribe to our changelog here http://feedback.userecho.com/topic/436206-userech...
Thank you for adding this method to the API. Will adding an email address via this API send the invitation to the user or not? We would prefer that it not send the email invitation, since we have already verified their email and granted access to the forum.
Vladimir Mullagaliyev
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Thank you for adding this method to the API. Will adding an email address via this API send the invitation to the user or not? We would prefer that it not send the email invitation, since we have already verified their email and granted access to the forum.
It works the same as add email from administrative interface.
If user was not registered in UserEcho we send invitation. If user was already registered then we skip email.
Mathew.Weaver
Quote from Vladimir Mullagaliyev
It works the same as add email from administrative interface.
If user was not registered in UserEcho we send invitation. If user was already registered then we skip email.
We are going to use the new "verified_email" attribute of the SSO token. Since our system already verifies the email, UserEcho shouldn't need to send the invitation.
Vladimir Mullagaliyev
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We are going to use the new "verified_email" attribute of the SSO token. Since our system already verifies the email, UserEcho shouldn't need to send the invitation.
We have added new parameter "send_invitation".
Set:
 {"emails":[...], "send_invitation":false}


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