About export of membership information
You can export aggregated information about your enterprise's members as a membership information report. For example, you may want to perform an audit of your enterprise's current members. You can generate a file containing the report from GitHub's web UI.
The membership information report includes the following information.
- Username and display name details
- Whether the user has two-factor authentication enabled
- Whether the user is an organization owner or member
- Datetime of the user's last activity (for a full list of relevant activity, see "Managing dormant users")
- Organizations with pending invitations
- Optionally, additional information that depends on the enterprise's configuration:
- The user's email addresses for a verified domain
- The user's SAML
- Username and primary email addresses on any GitHub Enterprise Server instances where GitHub Connect is configured
- User, subscription email address, and license status for Visual Studio subscriptions with GitHub Enterprise
You can also use GitHub's APIs to retrieve information about your enterprise's members. For more information, see the GraphQL API and REST API documentation.
Organization owners can also export membership information for an organization. For more information, see "Exporting member information for your organization."
Exporting a membership information report
You can download a CSV file containing the membership information report for your enterprise.
In the top-right corner of GitHub.com, click your profile photo, then click Your enterprises.
In the list of enterprises, click the enterprise you want to view.
In the enterprise account sidebar, click People.
To the right of "Members", click CSV Report.
- If your enterprise has less than 1,000 members, the report will download immediately.
- If your enterprise has 1,000 or more members, you'll soon receive an email with a link to download the report.