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Admin Actions Log for Magento 2 by Amasty | User Guide

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Track all backend actions performed by store administrators. View detailed log history and monitor login attempts on a handy grid. Track admin actions in a real-time mode to easily improve admin users' performance.

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Admin Actions Log for Magento 2 by Amasty | User Guide

  1. 1. User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Page 1 Admin Actions Log for Magento 2 Magento Extension User Guide Official extension page: Admin Actions Log for Magento 2 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/
  2. 2. Page 2 Table of contents: 1. General Settings...……………….……………………………………………….………………….…..3 2. Login Attempts page……………………………………………..………………………………….….7 3. Page Visit History………………………………………………………………………………………...9 4. Active Sessions……………………….……………………………………………………………..……12 5. Actions Log…………………………………………………………………………………………………13 6. Preview window on the ‘Actions Log’ grid………………………………………………………14 7. Detailed view of performed actions………………………………………………………………..15 8. Restore recent changes……………………………………………………….…………………………17 9. History of Changes on other pages………………………………………………………………….18 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2
  3. 3. Page 3 1. General Settings Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 To configure general extension settings please go to Stores -> Configuration ->Admin Actions Log Set this option to ‘Yes’ if you want to collect history of all pages, visited by the administrators. Set this option to ‘Yes’ to keep track of all admin actions. If you are only interested in actions of certain administrators, choose ‘No’ and select their names from the list.
  4. 4. Page 4 Specify the number of days after which all action logs, login attempts and page history would be automatically deleted. Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 1. General Settings
  5. 5. Page 5 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Use GeoIP support to determine the country and city from which admin users get logged in. Specify warning message for ‘Restore’ feature. 1. General Settings
  6. 6. Page 6 Specify the same settings for unsuccessful and suspicious login notifications. Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Enable this option to get notifications of successful login attempts. 1. General Settings
  7. 7. Page 7 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Here you can see admin users’ geolocation. To see all login attempts please go to System -> Admin Actions Log -> Login attempts. 2. Login Attempts page
  8. 8. Page 8 Filter all login attempts by date. Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 ‘Failed’ status is shown when the person tries to log in with a wrong username or password. ‘Logout’ information is displayed when the admin user successfully logged out from the store admin panel. 2. Login Attempts page
  9. 9. Page 9 3. Page Visit History Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 To see the history of pages visited by all administrators please go to System -> Admin Actions Log -> Page Visit History. Notice that actions are logged only for the users you specified on the Configuration page. In the table you can see the admin user, the date and time when the session started and ended, an IP- address and geolocation of each admin user.
  10. 10. Page 10 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Click on the admin user’s name to see the details. 3. Page Visit History
  11. 11. Page 11 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Please click Visits History Tab to view the details of the session. You can see Page Name, URL address and the exact duration of staying on this page. 3. Page Visit History
  12. 12. Page 12 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 To view administrator sessions that are active right now please go to System -> Admin Actions Log -> Active Sessions. 4. Active Sessions Terminate any session if necessary. In the table you can see admin users’ data, the date and time when the session started as well as an IP-address and geolocation of each admin user.
  13. 13. Page 13 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 To see the action log of all administrators please go to System -> Admin Actions Log -> Actions Log. The actions are logged only for the users you specified on the Configuration page. 5. Actions Log In the table you can see admin users’ data, the action type, the object and an item or a customer account, which has been modified, created or deleted.
  14. 14. Page 14 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 See the brief info about the action which has been performed by clicking on the ‘Preview Changes’ link. 6. Preview window on the ‘Actions Log’ grid
  15. 15. Page 15 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 To see the detailed view of the action please click on the ‘View details’ link in the ‘Actions’ column of the log (see page 13). 7. Detailed view of performed actions
  16. 16. Page 16 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 See modification details. 7. Detailed view of performed actions
  17. 17. Page 17 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Click here to restore recent changes. At the next step you will see the pop-up window where you need to confirm your action. You can easily customize the pop-up text (see page 5). 8. Restore recent changes
  18. 18. User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Page 18 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/ The history of changes is available for product pages. To view the details for each particular product please go to Products ->Catalog -> open the product you need and then open the History of changes tab. 9. History of changes on other pages NOTE: The ‘History of Changes’ tab is also available on customer and order info pages.
  19. 19. User Guide: Admin Action Log for Magento 2 Thank you! Your feedback is absolutely welcome! Should you have any questions or feature suggestions, please contact us at: http://amasty.com/contacts/ Page 19 Support: http://amasty.com/contacts/

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