The Frosmo Platform maintains a user activity log for each site. Every time a user performs an action that changes a feature configuration for a site, such as creating a modification, editing a placement, or removing a template, the platform logs a single activity for the site. You can view the activities in the Frosmo Control Panel.
The activities cover all features that you create and manage in the Control Panel except email recommendations.
You can also fetch the activities for a site by requesting the
/sites/<site_id>/activities resource with the Graniitti API.
To view the activities for a site:
In the Control Panel, in the header, select the site whose activities you want to view.
- In the header, click your username, and select Activities.
- View the activities:
Enter or select the date starting from which you want to view the activities. The Control Panel shows all the activities from the selected day to the current day.
Optionally, filter the activities by feature type, such as modifications or placements. By default, the Control Panel shows activities for all feature types.
Optionally, filter the activities by a text string. The Control Panel matches the full string against the activity headings and details.
If the activities are split across multiple pages, navigate the results using the page controls.
To view or hide the details of an activity, click the activity heading. The details show the related configuration before and after the activity. The configuration is in JSON code.
Each activity heading contains the following information in the listed order:
- Date and time of the activity (DD.MM.YYYY HH:MM:SS)
- Email address of the user who performed the activity
- Type of activity (created, updated, or removed)
- Type of feature changed by the activity
- ID of the feature changed by the activity
19.10.2021 10:33:47 firstname.lastname@example.org updated Modification #5241
The following figure shows all modification-related activities since 10 November 2020 that contain the string "1138" (which happens to be a placement ID).
Figure: Activities filtered by feature type and text string (click to enlarge)