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You can view and manage your Workspace users by navigating to Users.


Only users with the Administrator role can see the list of Workspace users, invite new users, remove users, or edit roles.

View Workspace users

The paged list shows the following information for each user.

User IDUnique numeric value associated with a user.
NameNames can be first names only and aren't required to be unique.
EmailEmail address used for sending the invitation.
CreatedDate the users' emnify account was created, formatted based on language settings.
User roleEither SuperAdmin, Administrator, Observer, or User (see Roles and permissions).
Account securityMulti-factor authentication (MFA) status, either Active or Disabled.
Resend invitationAction to send the user another invitation to the Workspace. Only visible if the Workspace access status is Invite expired.
Delete userAction to remove the user's account from the Workspace.

Filter users

Three filters are available for the Workspace users list. These filters allow you to query users based on one or more properties (for example, name or email).

Select the filter you want to edit and enter a value. To add multiple filter values, press the Tab key. Once you've entered all the values you want to filter by, press the Enter key or click Apply.

To remove a filter or value, click the corresponding X.

Filters can be combined or used together with the search bar. Filtered values are saved in the URL as a query parameter (for example, after filtering for users named Alexa, the URL includes &name=Alexa at the end).

Available filters

PropertyValueWildcard supportDescription
NameStringName of a user.
EmailStringEmail address associated with the users' emnify account.
WorkspacesPredefinedList of Workspaces the users belong to.

Wildcard support

A wildcard filter lets you find various value forms based on a partial match. You can also use character matching with an asterisk *.

This is especially useful if a term has multiple spellings or you're unsure of the exact value.

For example, if you have two users named Raha and Sasha, filtering for ha or *ha shows both users in the results. Another example is filtering emails using @example.* shows all results regardless of whether the email address ends in or

Upload a CSV file

You can use a comma-separated values (CSV) file to apply multiple values to any filter that accepts string values.

This feature is especially useful if you have dozens of values (for example, 100 Names). Importing values through a CSV file lets you skip the tedious task of entering each value individually.

To upload a CSV file, follow these steps:

  1. On Users, choose the corresponding filter for the property in your CSV file (for example, Name).
  2. Click Import a CSV file.
  3. Drag and drop the file or select Browse file to find the file you want to import.
  4. Verify the file name and line count are correct, then click Confirm.

Each value is parsed, and the table shows any users with the corresponding values.


Uploading a CSV file won't overwrite any existing filters. To add or remove any values, select the filter again.

Please note the following limits:

  • You can only upload one .csv or .txt file at a time
  • Maximum rows: 10,000
  • Maximum row length: 100 characters
  • The CSV file size can't exceed 400 KB in total

You can download and view a sample CSV file to use as a template. Choose the filter, select Import a CSV file, then click Download example of right format CSV.

Enter a list of values

You can also enter a list of values to filter for multiple ones simultaneously. This works for any property that accepts string values.

Lists must be plain text with every value on its own line. Write the values exactly as they appear in the Portal.

To demonstrate, if you enter the following in the Email filter and press the Enter key:

Each value is parsed, and the table shows any emails that use,, and

Manage Workspace users

For instructions on how to add or delete users and modify user roles, see Manage Workspace users.