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Account Logs – Audit trails

New functionality released 7 September 2019

You can use your Account Logs in your Settings to view the audit trails collected from user activity in the account. This is useful for tracking when different people made changes or logged into the account. 

Account Logs

In Account Settings > Settings > Account Logs, you can view the audit trails for the account.

You can sort by timestamp, and view the Account User who made the change, the Event that was logged, and the Action that was taken.

You can filter the logs by Users, Event type, and Timeframe. 

Click “Export” to download a .csv file of the audit logs. This will include your Client ID, User ID, Name, IP Address, Created On date, Type, Entity Type and ID, and Details. 

Event types

There are various Event Types you can filter for:

Event Type Description
Update Page A page-builder page was edited. The Action column will include the name of the page, e.g. ‘Page design for “2019-09 MP action” was updated.’
Account Login  A user logged into the account. The Action column will include the name of the user and their IP address
Account Logout A user logged out of the account. The Action column will include the name of the user and their IP address
Audit Optin Question An opt-in question was updated
Audit Sandbox TOS  
Update Content Ownership  
Update Content Preference  
Update HPC  
Add Supporter Field  
Update Supporter Field  
Delete Supporter Field  
Add Account Email  
Update Account Email  
Delete Account Email  
Add Supporter  
Delete Supporter  
Audit Payment Gateway  
Add Permission Group  
Update Permission Group  
Delete Permission Group  
Add Token  
Update Token  
Add Account User  
Update Account User  
Delete Account User  
Update Domain Authentication  
Validate Domain Authentication  

Page Edit Audit Trails

You can view audit logs in the page edits. Click on your page in Manage Pages so further details open up. The previous 5 audit logs will be previewed, and you can click “View more logs” to see the last 20 logs in the audit trail:

 

 

Updated on September 6, 2019

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