The setup Audit Trail helps to track the data about the recent changes that the Users have made in the Salesforce org.
The Setup Audit Trail History shows the 20 most recent setup changes made in the Salesforce org. The list consists of Users (who has made the changes), his following Actions and date & time. It is crucial if someone in the organization has done some changes, like updation, deletion, amendment etc., the other administrator can easily recognize the intender as Audit Trail history contains the specific usernames too. One can fetch the last six months data from Audit Trail History. If one wants to get the data beyond 20 recent records, then the Salesforce org permits to go to the download link to download the entire 180 days data in .csv file.
Description of App:
The “Custom Set up Audit Trail” App helps the user to filter the data in 7 ways and fetch it anytime as per his requirements. There is no time limitation, he can easily get the data older than 6 months just by specifying the dates in the application.
This app also gives the leverage to choose filters of the particular data user wants to fetch as per the requirement.
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There are two features to fetch data in “Custom Setup Audit Trail” App:
- You can download a csv file of all the data by a single click on “Get All Data” for all the changes done in the org since beginning or as per the required filter. No 6 months time limit as in Standard Salesforce Audit Trail.
- Second, the Pros of constructing this application is that it proposes 7 different filters. These are
- Entering the Email address.
- Entering the Username.
- Entering the Name Of User.
- Selecting the Profile.
- Selecting the Action.
- From Date.
- To Date.
Fig. Custom Set up Audit Trail
The main purpose of having filters is that one can find the filtered data of specific user just by entering it in the above fields.
There are some cases where user wants to fetch list of records according to specific date intervals. So he can simply do it by entering dates into “ From Date” and “To Date”. The advantage of this feature is that one can fetch the information as old as 2-3 years anytime in the org unlike the original Salesforce org.