Skip to main content

How to Query Users with Specific Roles in Spatie Laravel Permission

Since its inception, Laravel has been touted as one of the most user-friendly web development frameworks around. One of the reasons for this is its robust and flexible permission system. Spatie’s Laravel Permission package makes it even easier to manage user permissions and roles in a database.

This can be extremely helpful when developing large applications with many users. With this package, you can easily assign and revoke permissions, as well as create and delete roles. In addition, the package provides an intuitive interface for managing users and permissions. As a result, it can save you a lot of time and frustration when developing your next big project.

When working with roles and permissions in Laravel, there may be times when you need to query a user based on their role. For example, you may need to retrieve all users who are administrators or all users who are moderators.

$inspectors = User::role('inspector')->get();
$users = User::role(['roleA', 'Role B'])->get();

$inspector = User::permission('inspect equipment')->get();

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies.