In December, we shared best practices for Lists, including how to navigate contact details, split lists and create list labels. In this article, we’ll look at the Audit Log.
Have you ever wondered if there was a way to check which user on your team made the last edit to a message or workflow in Bronto? Or which user deleted a specific contact from the database? If you have ever asked the question “Does Bronto keep some sort of log of what is happening in my account?” then you have come to the right place. Let’s talk about Audit Log.
The Audit Log allows you to see actions that have been performed within your Bronto account. While it doesn’t show everything that happens, it gives you helpful information about who has been taking actions in your account, and when they did it.
On the next page, you will see a table with two columns labeled Description and Logged At. In the description column, you will see the login name and the action taken.
To filter by user login, simply enter the login name into Username Search, and click the Search button.
If you want to view actions within a date range, click Show Advanced Options, pick a start and end date from the calendar and click Search.
I hope this article is a helpful guide to using Audit Log. For more assistance, visit Help inside your account or reach out to us in Bronto technical support. We’re happy to help!