Users are able to watch a live event as participants. Participants can receive the host's media stream and send messages to the chat. This document explains how you can retrieve information on participants in a Sendbird application using the Sendbird Live Platform API.
The following tables show the list of properties in a participant resource.
The unique ID of the participant.
The timestamp of when the participant entered the live event, in Unix milliseconds.
The timestamp of when the participant left the live event, in Unix milliseconds.
The period from when the participant entered the live event to when the participant left the live event, in milliseconds.
The user who can access features of a participant in the live event.
The unique ID of the client.
The state of the participant.
The unique ID of the live event.
- API endpoints are relative to the base URL allocated to your application. In this page, the
/live-eventsendpoint refers to
Note: To get your application ID, sign in to your dashboard, go to the Settings > Application > General, and then check the Application ID.
- It's recommended that the parameter values in API URLs be URL encoded, such as