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post

/users/{userId}/assistants

Assistants are the users to whom the current user has assigned scheduling privilege. These assistants can schedule meeting on behalf of the current user as well as manage and act as an alternative host for all meetings if the admin has enabled Co-host option on the account.
Use this API to assign assistants to a user.
In the request body, provide either the User ID or the email address of the user.

Prerequisite:

  • The user as well as the assistant must have Licensed or an On-prem license.
  • Assistants must be under the current user’s account.
    Scopes: user:write:admin user:write Rate Limit Label: Medium

Authorization

oauth2 - authorizationCode

Request Parameters

1 Path Parameter

Request Body

User assistant.

1 Example
Schema
object

List of user’s assistants.

assistants
array[object]

List of User’s assistants.

1 validation

Responses

HTTP Status Code: 201
Assistant added.

1 Header
1 Example
Schema
object
ids
string

User ID.

add_at
string
1 validation

Send a Test Request

Send requests directly from the browser (CORS must be enabled)
Path Params
1 path param not set
userId
$$.env
1 variable not set
oauth_access_token