Workspace Audit log

Workspace admins can view a centralized stream of general user activity

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Written by Mikaela Friedrich
Updated over a week ago

** This feature is currently only available on our Enterprise plan **

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What is the audit log? And why does it exist?

Audit logs are a centralized record of all user activity within a workspace. This audit trail can be helpful to prevent suspicious activity when it starts or play back account activity during an incident review.

Where can I find the audit log?

Workspace admins can access the audit log by clicking on Workspace Settings --> Security and selecting the Audit Log tab at the top of the page.
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What activity is included in the audit log?

Multiple types of activity are included as part of the activity log including:

  • Information about users

    • A user was invited

    • A user logged in/out

    • A user's information was updated

    • A user was deleted

    • A user invited a guest to collaborate

  • Information about delegated access

    • A delegated user was created

    • A delegated user's access was revoked

    • When a delegate logged in/out as the delegator (i.e. access their account)

  • Any account changes

  • Integrations

    • Users activating/deactivating a user-level integration such as Slack, Asana, etc.

    • User activated/deactivating a workspace-level integration such as Jira, Salesforce, HubSpot, etc.

Can I filter for a specific person/activity?

Sure! By default the audit log it will show the entire workspace but you can filter this down to see at the user level

Or filter by a specific activity or activities, such as Delegated user enabled. The multi-select is great to look at complementary activities such as Users login/logout or Delegate access added/removed

How can I export the data?

Export the log as a CSV by clicking on the Export button in the upper right hand corner. Note: there is a 30-day max on the date range, so you'll only be able to export 30 days at a time.


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