Customer Entitlements | Classic

The organization settings page provides information related to the number of users, the usage, and the analytics.

Users

Total Limit for Users

To access the analytics for your organization, log in to your Contentstack account and perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Settings icon to navigate to the Organization Settings page.classic-org.png

  2. Click the ANALYTICS tab to view the Usage Overview page.
  3. The example in the below image displays 14/1000 users. The numbers stand for ‘“Number of users added to the Organization” / “User Limit for the Organization”.

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Remove Inactive Users

When users are removed from the stack, your Organization User List may reach a limit due to the number of inactive users. Therefore, removing inactive users from the organization list is advisable instead of the stack.

A user removed from an organization also loses access to all stacks it contains.

To remove an inactive user from the organization, log in to your Contentstack account and perform the following steps:

  1. Navigate to the Organization Settings page.
  2. Click the USERS tab to view the list of users in the organization.
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  3. Hover over the user you want to remove and click the Remove icon that appears on the right.classic-hover_more_options.png

  4. Click Remove.
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  5. Confirm your decision to remove the user from the organization.
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API Calls, Usage, and Bandwidth

Usage by Stacks

The Usage by Stacks section gives a quick overview of the usage of "API calls/Bandwidth" and various entities in the organization’s stack.

To view the bandwidth and API requests usage by stacks in the Organization over a period, log in to your Contentstack account and perform the following steps:

  1. Click the ANALYTICS tab to view the Usage Overview page.
  2. Scroll down the page to view the Usage by Stacks section.classic_-_bw_api_calls.png

API Usage by Type

Scroll down the page to view the API Usage by Type section. It gives a quick overview of the API usage details. The API types considered are Content Delivery, Content Management, Images, and Assets.

It provides information about the bandwidth used by each type of API and the count of API calls.

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Top URLs

The Top URLs section highlights the most frequently hit API URLs, along with the number of times those URLs were called.

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Use the filters to view data of API Usage by Type and Top URLs for specific stacks and/or for a specific duration.

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