View Audit Logs for your Team

Audit logs provide a record of changes and usage on Catalytic, and give admins an audit trail of user and team activity.

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Admins have the ability to filter by start and end date, user, IP Address, event type, and more. You can even use the Audit logs API for more fine grained control.

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  • Note: Audit logs show data dating back to mid-September 2021, when this feature and API method became available to teams.

View the Audit Logs

Team admins can review audit logs from the Admin Team Center. > Admin > Audit Logs

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Audit log action types

There are over 20 different events, or “actions” tracked in your team audit logs. See the list below for all the types of actions, and details on each type.

Action Manager

Action Additional details
Action status changed The Action & Integration Manager was used to change whether an action was enabled, disabled, given restrictions, or had users added to the allow list.

Files

Action Additional details
File uploaded A file was uploaded into a Workflow or Instance.

Groups

Action Additional details
Group created  
Group activated  
Group deactivated  
Group role changed The group role, such as Team Member, Admin, Builder, or Non-Builder was changed.
User added to group  
User removed from group  

Integrations

Action Additional details
Integration connection created A new connection was added to an integration.
Integration connection removed An existing connection was removed from an integration.
Integration permissions changed The permissions on an integration changed, or specific users were added or removed from the allow list.

Tables

Action Additional details
Table archived  
Table column added  
Table column removed  
Table created A table was created, or a table was imported.
Table edited A table was edited, such as the name was changed, data was appended, or table protections were enabled.
Table permissions changed Table permissions changed, such as being enabled, disabled, or had users added to the allow list.
Table unarchived  

Tasks

Action Additional details
Web form task completed An assigned web form task was completed.
Task completed  
Task reassigned  

Team Settings

Action Additional details
Team setting changed A team setting was changed, such as web form settings or editing permissions.
Team SSO disabled  
Team SSO enabled  

Users

Action Additional details
User accepted invite  
User activated  
User changed password  
User deactivated  
User entered incorrect password  
User attempted login when locked out  
User locked out  
User logged in  
User logged out  
User profile changed  
User role changed The user’s role, such as Team Member, Admin, Builder, or Non-Builder was changed.
User sent invite A user sent an invite from the team.

Workflows

Action Additional details
Workflow archived  
Workflow cancelled  
Workflow commented on  
Workflow created  
Workflow draft created  
Workflow draft publish request cancellation  
Workflow draft publish request  
Workflow edited A workflow as edited in one of many ways, such as an action was edited, actions were reordered, actions were removed, or more.
Workflow exported  
Workflow imported  
Workflow instance edited An instance of a Workflow was edited, such as a field.
Workflow instance permissions changed A Workflow instance had permissions changed, such as being set to open, restricted, or had users added to the view and edit list.
Workflow permissions changed A Workflow had permissions changed, such as being set to open, restricted, or had users added to the view and edit list.
Workflow started  
Workflow trigger created  
Workflow trigger edited  
Workflow trigger removed  
Workflow unarchived  

Workspaces

Action Additional details
Workspace created  
Workspace removed  
Workflow added to workspace  
Workflow removed from workspace  
Workspace added to another workspace  
Workspace removed from another workspace  

Use the Audit Logs API

General Audit logs are accessible to each admin from the Admin Team Center. However, you can also use the Audit logs API to access the logs programmatically—this is most useful to export the content into a format that is easily imported by external systems.

To use the API, you’ll need to use the audit log endpoint, and authenticate with an access token.

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  • Note: Audit logs show data dating back to mid-September 2021, when this API method became available to teams.

For more information on using the Audit logs API, see Access team audit logs via API

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