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Retrace Your Steps with Secure Event Log

Nov 5, 2014 9:00:00 AM

The Event Log is used to keep track of everything that happens in Church360° Ledger. This feature provides detailed records of all your activities in case you ever have a question of who did what when. You can access the Event Log under the Reports section of the navigation.

Every time you do anything, like enter a transaction, edit a transaction, print checks, or create or edit payees, the Event Log tracks these changes. These records are generated automatically and cannot be changed or removed.

Here is a quick summary of everything the Event Log tracks.

  • Timestampdisplays the time and date an event happened
  • Actionshows what type of action happened (e.g. created, updated, printed, destroyed)
  • Typeshows the type of event that was recorded (Payee, Transaction, Tenant)
  • Usershows the user who was involved in the change
  • Messagegives a brief summary of the event

The following can be used to hone your search or share with others:

  • Printusing the print option prints out the Event Log for you.
  • Export to Excelusing the export option will send the report to Excel.
  • Date Pickerused to select the specific time frame for your report (Fiscal Year, Month or Quarter).



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Peter Frank

Written by Peter Frank

Peter Frank serves at Concordia Publishing House as a Senior Marketing Manager for Church Supplies, including Concordia Technology Solutions (CTS), the church management software division. A graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin, his background in theology, business, and computers gives him a unique perspective on technology in the church. Married and the father of two children, he is frequently humbled when his young children teach him something new about technology.