Viewing the Audit log for changes (Enterprise)

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  • Heather Cook
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    How do I view changes done to an end users profile?

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  • Mindaugas Verkys
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    Heather, we have same issue. You can see only created/deleted accounts by agent and thats it. 

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  • Ed Ball
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    So this question was asked before but i did not see any response.  There were changes made to a field and I would like to see the entirety of the changes and not a truncated version of the changes. So how can i get the entire contents of the changes made?  I can not seem to get it from the API. Unless there is a trick I do not know about.

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  • Max McCal
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    Hey, Ed - 

    It looks like that is information we're not capturing in the Audit Log at this time. Can you give me an example of what kind of change was made so I can verify? If you don't know that's understandable. Happy to have the conversation privately in a ticket if you'd rather communicate that way.

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  • Ed Ball
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    It is captured, and it shows a truncated version. Take a macro change for example a long list of IPs in the restriction setting is changed. Some are added and some are removed. But the from and to on in the audit log look the same because it's not showing everything that's in there. I can see what it is now when I go to the setting, but seeing all of the IPs that were there before does not show in the log. Just a smaller version of it.

    It would also be nice to be able to copy the contents of the Changes link that pops up. And i do actually have a ticket for this. Still waiting on a response.

               
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  • Max McCal
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    Thanks, Ed. That's very useful feedback. We'll take this into consideration when work on improvements.

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  • Will Seader
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    It would be nice if the audit log showed more details. For example, it will log if someone deletes a field. It won't log if someone disables a field. I had a user today that disabled old fields which caused an old automation that was still active but not used to change conditions to basically activate for every open ticket. It would have been a lot easier to track down the root cause if the audit log showed that information. It also doesn't show if changes were made to forms like form name, adding fields, removing fields, etc...

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  • Mistyamber Reynolds
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    Why can't I search in the audit log for a specific event?  It really isn't helpful that I have to go through pages and pages of events to locate a specific change.  I can't even download it so I can filter in excel.  Please update this to be more user friendly.

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  • Brett - Community Manager
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    Thanks for taking the time to share this Mistyamber! I understand the struggle with navigating through a bunch of pages to find the data you're looking for :-/

    I'll be sure to pass this feedback along to the appropriate Product Managers.

    Thanks again!

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  • Carlos Santos
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    Hi.

    Any news on that search feature? Or maybe an export log feature?

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  • Kaela
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    When I update or add an app to my instance, I can see that in the audit log. However, the "Changes" column is empty. Is there a place either in my app code or in the upload process where I can comment as to the change set? I'm thinking similar to github commit comment. 

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  • Schuyler Weinberg
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    I really like a lot of the changes happening with the audit log. These will be super helpful moving forward. I was wondering if changes will be made to allow you to filter on Item Changed when accessing from the Admin Center? Right now we get a lot of 'noise' in the audit log because of the agent sign in information and we have a lot of agents. It would be great to filter specifically for trigger/macro/automation changes when needed.

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  • Harriet Klymchuk
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    Upvoting Schuyler's comment, both for the filter-by-item feature and the sentiment - loving the changes to the audit log, it makes things a heck of a lot easier already, thank you!

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