how do i get auth user model dynamically in django?

To dynamically get the auth user model in Django, you can follow these steps:

  1. Import the get_user_model function from the django.contrib.auth module. This function returns the currently active user model.
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model
  1. Use the get_user_model function to retrieve the user model dynamically. You can assign it to a variable for further use.
User = get_user_model()
  1. Now you can use the User model in your code as needed. For example, if you want to query all users in the database, you can use the objects attribute of the User model.
users = User.objects.all()
  1. You can also use the User model to create new users. For example, if you have a registration form and want to create a new user based on the form data, you can do the following:
new_user = User.objects.create(username='john', email='[email protected]', password='password')

Make sure to replace 'john', '[email protected]', and 'password' with the actual values from your form.

By following these steps, you can dynamically get the auth user model in Django and perform various operations on it based on your requirements.