Project audit logs

Updated 2 months ago by Hasmica C

The Audit log section stores the history of all the activities performed on your project. It allows the Project Admins to search and find the flow-level and item-level changes users make in your project. On the project page, click the More options button () > Audit log to access the audit log of the project you are currently using.

You can get the following details of events recorded as part of your project from the audit log:

  • Audit ID: This is a unique ID generated automatically by the system for every event recorded as part of the project’s audit log.
  • Timestamp: The exact time when a specific action happened in your project.
  • Actor: The member who acted.
  • Action: The kind of activity or action that had taken place. Examples include: Task created, Task updated, Task deleted, etc.
  • Object: The version difference in the event that's captured as a JSON object.
  • Event category: An event is mapped to this category at the backend. One can easily filter events based on a particular category. For example, Project administration, View administration, etc.
  • Platform: The device or Operating System (OS) used to record the event.
  • IP: The network IP address of the recording device.
  • Batch ID: This is a unique ID generated automatically by the system for a group of related events. Unlike Audit ID, the Batch ID of these events will be the same for reference purposes.

Sorting fields

  1. On your project page, click the More options button () > Audit log.
  2. Click the Expand button () beside a field's name to sort a field in ascending or descending order.

Searching fields

  1. On your project page, click the More options button () > Audit log.
  2. Click the Expand button ( ) beside a field filter to search for a specific field as necessary.
  3. Enter the search term in the search box (​) that follows.

Filtering fields

You will be able to filter the audit log events based on the following fields/criteria:

  • Audit period
    • Last 30 days: Get event information from the current date for the previous 30 days.
    • Last 60 days: Get event information from the current date for the previous 60 days.
    • Last 90 days: Get event information from the current date for the previous 90 days.
    • Custom date range: Select a customized date range to filter events.
  • Object: Select one or more objects from the suggestions or enter the exact object name you would like to derive the log details.
  • Event category: Filtering events based on event categories is one of the recommended ways to get all the events that are related to each other. If you are unsure how to go with the event category, enter common keywords like project administration or administration in the search box. It will list all the categories relevant to the flow type you are currently using.
  • Actor: You can select one or more account users to filter events based on users.
  • Action: Enter a relevant flow-based action in the field's search box or select one from the suggested list of actions as necessary. You can filter events based on only one action at a time.
  • Audit ID, Batch ID, & IP: Filters are applied on these fields mostly to backtrace an event's history. Enter the exact Audit ID, Batch ID, or IP address to filter events as necessary.

Removing filter conditions

Applied filter conditions will be highlighted in blue as in the above screenshot. To remove a specific filter condition, hover over the condition and click the Remove button () to clear it.

Exporting an audit log

  1. On your project page, click the More options button () > Audit log.
  2. Click the Export button () to export the audit log as a file. After exporting, you will receive an email with a link to download the report.


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