To tag sessions with user-specific identifiers (name, email, etc.), you can call the H.identify()method in your app. This will automatically index your sessions so that they can be filtered by these attributes.
By default, Highlight will show the identifier as the user's display name on the session viewer and session feed. You can override this by setting the highlightDisplayName or email fields in the H.identify() metadata.
You can replace the placeholder user avatars Highlight uses with an image that you provide. You can do this by setting the avatar field in the H.identify() metadata. The image URL usually comes from your authentication provider (Firebase, Auth0, Active Directory, etc.). You can forward that URL to Highlight.
Highlight does not make a copy of the image. Highlight will render the image directly. This means the image will adhere to any authorization policies.
See the H.identify() API documentation for more information on how to use it.