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Hello,

you can access the authenticated user's data anytime by using something like Auth::user()->name;

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Thanks man, Alain! :D It works smoothly. So an Auth::<table-name> has all the column names I need? i.e. when the Auth command is executed

Last updated 6 months ago.
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Yes, you can access column names like Auth::user()->id, Auth::user()->email....

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Thanks Gabriel. Have a nice day :)

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