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Track Account Activity with Audit Trail


With our Track Account Activity feature, you can gain full transparency into all user actions and changes made within your account. This powerful tool allows you to easily track and monitor account activity, providing you with valuable insights and ensuring the security of your data.

Key Features:

Comprehensive Logging: Keep a detailed record of every action performed in your account, including user logins, data modifications, and settings changes.
Real-time Updates: Instantly receive notifications of any account activity, ensuring that you are always up-to-date.
Customizable Audit Trail: Tailor the audit trail to your specific needs, choosing which actions to monitor and which to exclude.
Search and Filter Capabilities: Easily search and filter the audit trail to find specific actions or track changes made by specific users.
Granular Permissions: Control who has access to view and manage the audit trail, ensuring only authorized users can access sensitive information.

Potential Use Cases and Benefits:

Enhanced Security: Detect and prevent unauthorized activities or account breaches by monitoring all user actions.
Compliance and Governance: Maintain compliance with regulatory requirements by having a complete record of all account activity.
Troubleshooting and Issue Resolution: Quickly identify and resolve any issues or errors by reviewing the audit trail.
Accountability and Transparency: Hold users accountable for their actions and provide transparency to stakeholders.
Performance Monitoring: Analyze user behavior and identify any areas where training or additional support may be needed.
Data Integrity: Ensure the accuracy and integrity of your data by tracking any changes made within the account.

With our Track Account Activity feature, you can have peace of mind knowing that you have full visibility and control over your account. Detect and prevent unauthorized activities, maintain compliance, troubleshoot issues, and improve overall data security. Don't let any account activity go unnoticed - track it all with our audit trail!

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Instructions and Help about What Is An Audit Log

Keep Tracking of Account Activity

Sometimes, during the course of the work day, you lose track of what exactly you’ve worked on. Going back and forth between responding to email, speaking with coworkers, and trying to make some progress on your latest project, things can get all jumbled up. So if you’ve got a list of important forms you need to send out, how can you make sure which you’ve done already and which you haven’t? Moreover, if your business works with pdfFiller, how can you keep track of account activities that may have happened without your knowledge? pdfFiller’s powerful Audit Trail feature allows you to track all of your account activity in one place: from which forms you’ve opened and shared, to what time you logged into and out of your pdfFiller account. You can change the date range to view a few days’ activity up to an entire year or more of activity. Much like how Versions gives you a look at changes made to the form you have open (as well as the ability to revert to previous changes), Audit Trail provides an overview of all the forms you’ve used with your account. Simply click the “Audit Trail” button on the Forms page to see your activity. If you have a pdfFiller Corporate Shared Account, Audit Trail doubles as an important admin and security feature: you can track which user logged in and at what time, giving you an overview of all user activity on the same account.

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How to Use the Track Account Activity with Audit Trail Feature

The Track Account Activity with Audit Trail feature in pdfFiller allows you to keep track of all the actions performed on your account. This feature provides a detailed log of activities, including document uploads, edits, and sharing. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use this feature:

Log in to your pdfFiller account.
Click on the 'Account' tab at the top right corner of the page.
From the dropdown menu, select 'Account Activity'.
On the Account Activity page, you will see a list of all the actions performed on your account.
To filter the activities by date, click on the calendar icon and select the desired date range.
To filter the activities by type, click on the 'Filter by Type' dropdown menu and select the desired activity type.
To view more details about a specific activity, click on the activity entry in the list.
The detailed view will provide information such as the date and time of the activity, the document involved, and the user who performed the action.
You can also export the account activity log as a CSV file by clicking on the 'Export' button at the top right corner of the page.
To clear the applied filters and view the complete account activity log, click on the 'Clear Filters' button.
That's it! You have successfully learned how to use the Track Account Activity with Audit Trail feature in pdfFiller.

By using the Track Account Activity with Audit Trail feature, you can easily monitor and keep a record of all the actions performed on your pdfFiller account. This feature provides transparency and accountability, ensuring that you have full control and visibility over your account activities.

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Audit log monitoring usually consists of the following steps: Log Collection. The first step in event log monitoring is to decide: ... Log Aggregation. Once you've started collecting log data, you need to aggregate it into one place. ... Log Parsing. ... Log Normalization. ... Event Correlation. ... Log Analysis.
Your audit trail should be easy to follow. Anyone looking at the trail should be able to quickly identify mistakes and show if and when they were corrected. It's especially helpful if your audit management program makes it easy to generate an automated audit report for internal and external stakeholders.
The term 'audit trail' comes from accounting, where it refers to a set of records that shows how transactions have changed over time. In financial analysis, an audit trail keeps tracks of any changes made to financial statements and other important documents.
An audit trail should include sufficient information to establish what events occurred and who (or what) caused them. In general, an event record should specify when the event occurred, the user ID associated with the event, the program or command used to initiate the event, and the result.
To view an audit log report: On the Settings menu. ... If you are not at the root of your site collection, under Site Collection Administration, click Go to top level site settings. ... In the Site Collection Administration section, select Audit log reports.
Examples of Audit Trails An audit trail could be as simple as a receipt for the purchase of an item. The receipt would have the date of the transaction, the price, the place where it was bought and who was involved in the transaction. Another example is when a company is buying office equipment.
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