This feature is only available when using OAuth. This requires the "Read admins" permission.
You can view the name, email and app ID of the current authorised admin via a GET request to
This will return an Admin object, with an embedded app object (a workspace in legacy terminology).
|type||string||value is 'admin'|
|id||string||The id of the admin|
|name||string||The name of the admin|
|string||The email address of the admin|
|email_verified||boolean||This field will indicate whether the Intercom user has verified their email or not|
|app.type||string||value is 'app'|
|app.id_code||string||The id of the app|
|app.name||string||The name of the app|
|app.region||string||The Intercom region the app is located in|
|app.created_at||timestamp||When the app was created|
|app.identity_verification||boolean||Whether or not the app uses identity verification|
Single Sign On
If you are building a custom "Log in with Intercom" flow for your site, and you call the /me endpoint to identify the user logging, in you should not accept any sign ins from users with unverified email addresses as it poses a potential impersonation security risk.