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I am using an incoming webhook to trigger some automated jobs (from an on-premise powershell script) and am curious that when someone clicks the action in the message card how can I find out on the action endpoint who clicked the button (it's a .net core web api receiving the action event)?  Need to be able to get this so we can properly assign the tickets in our system to the person who approved or rejected the job.  Would like to avoid using a text input on the card to have the person type in their user ID which is prone to failure.

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