I can only find a constructor that takes 0 arguments but I want to create one with a specified email so that I may input it into the above function, or is there an easier way to specify information for a specific team member?
You can use one of the subtypes of UserSelectorArg to construct the desired object. For example, to select a user using their email address, you can use UserSelectorArg.Email, which takes the email address as a string in the constructor.
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