Log files to help you see when users log in, their usage, access, report suites, and Admin changes. The admin log reports all changes made by administrators in admin tools. The log provides a gateway to user-defined reports from any of the three logs.
Hello, everyone. Today, I will give an overview of admin logs in Analytics. After logging into Experience Cloud, go to Analytics. Click on admin, and then All admin. Under data configuration and collection, click on logs. The admin log reports all changes made by administrators in admin tools. The log provides a gateway to user to find reports, from any of the three logs. You can search for events matching your selected criteria, or with a specified date range. You can also filter the events based on account, event description, event origin, even type IP and login. Second, is the usage and access log that lets you evaluate report usage at the user account level. For example, it tracks, opens, create, update, and share and delete actions in analysis workspace. This allows for better visibility into who is using workspace and how often. You can search for events matching your selected criteria, over the specified date range. You can also filter the log by an event type. For example, login failed, where user login process has failed, or based on an admin action occurred. Last is the reports with change log, that displays changes, made through your report suites, outside of admin. You can select the report suite from test account option, and apply a suitable filters, like date range.
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