In case an Admin user wants to see the in-app activities of all users that belong to their organization, they can do that through Audit Logs.
Audit Logs add an extra layer of security, as well as raise the usage transparency and allow insight into most of the changes to the organization, for example Tracking settings changes, Billing changes, Adding or removing employees, Productivity label changes, etc.
You will be able to see the following info on the Audit Logs page:
Status of the action - success or failed;
Date and time of the action;
User who made the action;
User Role of the user - Admin, Manager, Client or Employee
You can read more about User roles in this article.
Their IP Address;
Action Type - represents HTTP actions that are behind the logged activity, translated to better reflect app usage:
POST => CREATE;
GET => READ;
PUT => UPDATE;
DELETE => DELETE
Action which is done - displays the specific activity done in the app by a user for example Login, Create Task, Delete Screenshot etc.
Object Type - type of the Object on which the action is performed, for example User, Project etc.
Object - the name and ID of the Object on which the action is performed. Example: If the Object Type is User, Object will contain the name of the Employee on which the action is performed. If that info doesn’t exist, N/A will be displayed.
Action Data - you can read full info about the log from a tooltip that appears when you hover over the eye icon.
You can choose which of these columns you want to see by clicking on the Columns drop-down menu.
There are also a few different options for filtering:
Filter by Date range using the calendar in the upper right corner
Filter by Users and User Roles via the Add filter button above the columns