Track user activities in your RudderStack workspace.
You can use the Audit Logs to track the user activities within your RudderStack workspace like creating or modifying sources and destinations, transformations, implementing Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), and more.
The Audit Logs feature is available for the enterprise plan users. For more information on this plan and its features, refer to the RudderStack Pricing page.
Accessing the audit logs
The workspace-related audit logs can only be accessed by the users having Admin or Read-Write access.
You can access the workspace-related audit logs by going to Settings > Audit Logs:
For the audit logs related to a specific source or destination, go to the source/destination details page and click the Audit Logs option:
Audit logs details
The audit logs capture the following information:
User: Name and email of the user in the RudderStack workspace.
Action: User action performed on the entity.
Target: Entity name, that is, the name assigned to the source, destination, transformation, etc.
Type: Entity type, that is, source, destination, transformation, teammate, etc.
When: Timestamp when the user action was performed.
The following sections detail the various user actions captured by the audit logs based on the target type, that is, sources, destinations, transformations, teams, or MFA (multi-factor authentication).
User created a source in the dashboard.
User updated the source settings in the dashboard.
User updated the source name in the dashboard.
User deleted the source from the dashboard.
User created a destination in the dashboard.
User updated the destination settings in the dashboard.
User updated the destination name in the dashboard.
User deleted the destination from the dashboard.
User connected a source to the destination.
User disconnected a source from the destination.
User added a transformation to the destination.
User removed/disconnected a transformation from the destination.
User created a new transformation in the dashboard.
User updated the transformation.
User deleted the transformation from the dashboard.
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