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View tester information

If you use TestFlight, you can view information about testers and measure tester engagement.

Learn how to get tester information with the App Store Connect API.

Required role: Account Holder, Admin, App Manager, Developer, or Marketing. View role permissions.

  1. From My Apps, select your app.

  2. Click the TestFlight tab.

  3. In the sidebar, under General Information, click All Testers.

  4. In the Status column, view the status of testers. If a user was invited with an invitation email, their name and email address will display. If a user was invited with a public link, they will display as anonymous.

    The possible statuses are:




    The invite was sent to the tester.


    The tester accepted the invite. (You can resend email invites to testers who have not yet accepted.)


    The tester downloaded the build.


    The tester has been deleted.

  5. In the Sessions column, view the number of times the app has been in the foreground for at least two seconds.

    If the app is in the background and is later used again, that counts as another session.

  6. In the Crashes column, view the number of crashes for each build.

    To view crash reports for TestFlight builds in the Crashes organizer in Xcode, click Open in Xcode next to each piece of crash feedback on the Crash Feedback page on the TestFlight tab.

    You can also download a CSV by clicking on the download button from the top right of the page, which includes your tester’s first name, last name, and email address. Data points such as Status, Sessions, and Crashes aren't included.

    Additionally, testers invited with a public link aren't included in the CSV since their first name, last name, and email address is anonymized.