Audit Trail tells you the what has been changed over time in your Stella app. It will also provide the time, the location & the user who created the change. This feature allows you to backtrack your changes and make appropriate amendments if necessary.
Audit Trail Information
The following information will be recorded:
|User Action Type||This refers to the type of action the user has performed; For example, "Update Response" means a response has been changed and "Delete Tree" means a tree has been deleted|
|User Action's ID||This refers to the ID of that user action; You can paste this ID to a full url to backtrack to the actual location where the user has performed the change; For example, if the user has added a channel, you can open a random channel and replace the original ID with the User Action's ID: |
|User Action's Details||This refers to the programatic details of the User Action and usually in a JSON or JS format|
|User||This refers to the user who performed the User Action|
|Time||This refers to the time when the user performed the User Action|
Head over to "Audit Trail" under "Settings".
Select the time range.
- Find out the "User Action" you are looking for by inspecting the details. In the example below, the user has created a new node in a tree.
- Backtrack to the actual location of that User Action and make amendments if necessary with the "User Action's ID". In the example above, you can copy the tree ID & unique node ID from the audit trail information and then paste it on a correct url format:
https://next.stella.sanuker.com/botbuilder/[Insert Tree ID here]?from=188746723&node=[Insert Node ID here]&to=1999324
There are numerous url format based on the performed user action. The safest way to generate a correct link format is to recreate the action type, copy the url format & replace the ID in the url.