Audit Log

The Audit Log allows you to see actions that have been performed within your Bronto account.

To view the audit log go to Reports > Audit Log. In the log you can see what action occurred, the user name associated with the action, and the date and time the action occurred. While the Activities page displays active application processes, the Audit Log page displays a historical record of actions that have been triggered by a human interaction with the platform.
Note: When you delete a user, the user's actions will continue to be displayed in the audit log but the user's name will no longer be associated with the action.
There are three ways you can filter the data in the audit log:
  • To view actions performed by a particular user, enter the login name for the user in the Username Search box, and click the Search button.
  • To view actions performed within a particular date range, click Show Advanced Options, use the calender icon and time list to provide a Starting On and/or an Ending On date and time, then click the Search button. You aren't required to supply both dates, but can if you want to view a specific range of time.
  • To view actions related to a specific type of platform action, select a type from the Filter by Type list. The Filter by Type list includes the following types of actions:
    • Contact Actions related to creating, editing, and deleting contacts
    • Message Actions related to creating, editing, sending, and deleting any kind of message (email, Twitter, SMS, Facebook).
    • Segment Actions related to creating, editing, and deleting segments
    • Fields Actions related to creating, editing, and deleting fields
    • List Actions related to creating, editing, and deleting lists
    • Workflow Actions related to creating, changing, activating/deactivating, and deleting workflows.
    • Import Record of contact imports that were triggered by the associated user
    • Export Record of contact exports that were triggered by the associated user
    • Site Actions related to accessing your site.
    • User Actions related to creating, editing, or deleting users
    • Suppression Record of an email address or domain being added to the suppression list
    • Automated Message Rule Actions related to creating, changing, activating/deactivating, and deleting Automated Message Rules.

You can use any one of these filters individually or use all three of them together.