If you change email from DataBrowser, is admin action, and I don’t see any reason to confirm admin action. If your user wants to change email without your helping, you can write a code with SDK methods, and give users the possibility to change email without your help, and with a confirmation.
Right… But this has nothing to do with being the admin action. As an admin, I am updating the email for my customer, which I want to be notified that his/her email is now being used. It is a confirmation to the customer, not the admin, so it only makes sense if the ‘email confirmation’ option is enabled, no?
What about handlers - is the right behavior. Handlers work with API calls from your code, not with admins actions.
But that’s insane. Why would admin actions on DataBrowser not trigger an Event Handler action? Is this not an action if it is done by admin?
In my case, I need to notify a 3rd party service when the user data changes, and it is regardless of where it was changed from - by the user itself, or by admin through DataBrowser. How can I do this then?