Vallabhacharya of Rudra Sampradaya in his Subodhini commentary of Bhagavatam to verse 1.3.1 quotes the verse from Satvata Tantra which describes three forms of Vishnu.
visnos tu trini rupani purusakhyany
There are many sampradayas which have become extinct, so it is possible that some sampradayas would have been using it. Moroever, not all sampradayas are mainstream. All their works may not be even translated in English and some may even not be published. Gaudiya Sampradaya also has become known outside Orissa and Bengal only in late 20th century and also their works have been translated into English.
Similarly Brahma Samhita, a text discovered by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in Adi Keshava temple in Kanyakumari, could have been used by some sects and moreover because of invasions when so many libraries are burnt, other copies in other locations would have been lost and Adi Keshava temple happened to preserved one.
It is impossible to say what was the position/role of these texts among different sampradayas that have existed in whole history of Hinduism. Often, popularity of one sect obscures other sampradayas and thus the scriptures they refer to.
Eg: Sankara's Advaita had monopoly for almost 2 centuries and then Sri Vaishnavism had to take Vedantic route to challenge Advaita.
Gaudiya Vaishnavism also took to Vedanta as late as 1700 though Sampradaya was found in 1500s because of popularity of Vedanta school.
Ekayana Vaishnavism of Kashmir became extinct.
We don't know how many sampradayas who didn't adapt to the changes have become extinct or rather unknown to us.