- 25 Aug 2023
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Accessing Enterprise audit logs in Airtable
- Updated on 25 Aug 2023
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Airtable Enterprise audit logs allow admins to monitor activity within their organizations. Audit logs are accessible through your reports' page in admin panel or programmatically through Airtable's API.
|Plan availability||Enterprise plans only|
|Platform(s)||Web/Browser, Mac app, and Windows app|
Audit logs in the admin panel
Learn how to review, generate, and download your organization's audit log.
- Visit your admin panel.
- Click Reports.
- Your organization's audit log is available on the second row of reports.
- From your admin panel, click Reports and select the "Audit log" panel.
- Enter your preferred date.
- Select the "Filter by" or "Use legacy export format" options if necessary.
- Click Generate new report.
- Once your report is available, click Download report.
- Open the CSV in your preferred application.
- Payload version
- Model ID
- Model type
- IP address
- User agent
- Action ID
- Workspace ID
- Base ID
- Interface ID
- User ID
- User email
- User full name
Accessing and generating audit logs via Airtable's API
Check out our Audit log integration guide to learn more about using Airtable's API to access and generate audit logs.
Event logs are in a CSV format when downloaded from the Admin Panel and returned in JSON format when retrieved via the API.
Yes, filter events by modelID and date in the Admin Panel, or use parameters like originatingUserId and eventType with the API.
To limit a query to a particular time range, you can supply startTime and/or endTime. These should be supplied in ISO 8601 format, e.g. 2023-01-20T15:58:30Z.
The API has standard Web API rate limits with 1000 events per response and pagination for more results.
Events are updated in near real-time, with a delay of a few minutes at most.
Audit log events are stored and searchable for 180 days.