Audit Logs allow users to view a post’s summation of when a change occurred and who made the change.
🔹 This is available on all plans.
🔸 This is accessible to all roles and permission levels.
View a post's audit log
An Audit Log is visible for all published posts with at least 1 edit action.
To view a post’s Audit Log:
Go to the post.
Click the three dots menu.
Select Audit Log.
Audit log contents
The following details are included in an Audit Log.
Action: Change that took place after publication. There are two types of actions.
Approved: Moderator or Admin approved the post.
Updated: User changed the post.
Who: User who took the action.
When: Local date and time the change occurred.
EveryoneSocial records a post’s actions but does not record post versions. Because of this, we can not see the specific changes made to a post. However, you can use the Audit Log to view users who made changes and contact them for assistance.
EveryoneSocial records a post’s actions but does not record post versions. Because of this, we are not able to restore previous post versions at this time. However, you can use the Audit Log to view users who made changes and contact them for assistance.
How can I view analytics for a post’s changes?
Analytics are available for audit details regarding a post's approval. Details are found in two reports.
|Report Title||Data Point||Values|
review: user approved