Audit enables you to view audited system activities. This area is only available if you are an administrator.

To open the Audit page, click your profile icon to open the Settings page, and then click Audit.

The Audit page provides you with the following information and functions:

  1. Edit view – Define the columns that are displayed. You can then show or hide the columns using the toggle switches.

  2. Filter – Filter the information that is displayed. You can turn on the required filters and enter or select the appropriate information for display, for example, you could turn on the Category filter and select User management.
  3. Save view – Save your current column settings. You can enter a name for your view to make it easily identifiable when loading views.

  4. Load view – Load a saved view. You can select the required view and click Apply.

  5. View log – View the details of an audit item.
  6. Rows per page – Enter a number, or use the up and down arrows, to change the number of rows seen on a page.

  7. Previous and Next – Click Previous or Next to move through the pages of audit items.

View an item

  1. On the Audit page, select the check box for the item you want to view.
  2. Click View log.

    The details of the event displays.

Use the filters

The filters enable you to easily find audit events based on the selected criteria.

  1. On the Audit page, click Filter to open the Filter panel.
  2. Use the toggle to turn on the required filter and complete the information to find the audit event. You can apply multiple filters at the same time.

    The available filters are:



    Audit ID

    Enter the audit identifier, or part of the identifier.


    Select a category from the drop-down list. The available categories are:

    • User management – Includes events related to users, such as management of users by administrators and user access information.
    • SMTP management – Includes changes to SMTP settings.
    • Role management – Includes events related to roles.
    • Authentication management – Includes events related to Authentication settings, such as management of the connections and syncing.
    • Service accounts – Includes events related to Service accounts, such as management of the accounts and key regeneration.
    • Business process – Includes events related to business processes, such as creating, retiring, and activating business processes.

    If you select a category, the options in the Event filter will be limited to only those that are in the selected category.

    If you have the following plugins installed, these additional categories are also available:

    • Automated Lifecycle Management (ALM):

      • Process definitions – Includes events related to process definitions, such as the management of the definitions and the sign off workflow.
    • Interact:

      • Interact - Forms – Includes events related to the Interact Forms plugin, such as the management of the forms, and increasing the major version number.
      • Interact submissions – Includes events related to Interact, such as the end‑user submission of forms and approval workflow.


    Select an event from the drop-down list. This display all results for this specific audit event.

    If you use the Category filter, the events shown in the drop-down list are limited to those for that category.

    If you want to view all the events for a selected category, turn the Event filter off and just use the Category filter.

    Audited By

    Enter a user's username or account name, or part of the name.

    IP address

    Enter the public IP address, or part of the address.

    Created On

    Enter a date range:

    • In the first field, select the earliest date.
    • In the second field, select the latest date.
    • If required, adjust the time fields. By default, the earlier date has the time 00:00:00 and the later date has the time 23:59:59, thereby including the full day.

    This displays any audit events during this time frame.

    The information on the Audit page is immediately filtered.

    If you have set the filters but want to view the unfiltered information again, either click Reset filters in the panel, or turn off the required filters, or remove any settings within the filter so that it is blank.

  3. Click Close drawer to close the filter panel.