A user is a person who uses a product, service, tool, machine or technology. It is an extremely generic term that is often overly broad. The following are common examples of a user.A customer who uses a product or service. For example, a customer who visits a library to borrow a book.
A person who uses an item, even if they didn't buy it. For example, parents are often customers for toys and children are often end-users.
VisitorA person who visits a physical property such as a park or a digital property such as a website.
EmployeesAn employee who uses an application, device or tool.
StudentA student who uses the services of a school.
ConsumerA person who buys products and services for personal use.
BusinessA business that uses a product, service, facility or machine.
OrganizationAn organization such as a government department that uses a product, service or machine.
OperatorA person who operates a machine.
Pilots & DriversPilots, drivers, bicyclists and other users of transportation equipment.
ResidentA person who uses the services of a building and community.
CommunityThe people who use the services of a place such as a city or neighborhood.
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