This app is designed with speed in mind for discovering what has changed over any specific timeframe you select. Rather than having to download a large csv file with six months of configuration change information and pore over it, Configuration Tracker offers several advantages over that approach. It alleviates the burden of having to perform a download while enabling specific date time range selections and client-side filtering of the query results on any partial string in the administrator's name or the configuration change description.
Configuration Tracker creates the best of both worlds since it can save your filtered results to a personal csv File with the touch of a button.
And speaking of touch, one more XL-sized advantage is that Configuration Tracker can be used on the Salesforce mobile platform (from the mobile app or mobile browsers) with components designed for Lightning Experience and mobile. Anybody on mobile can easily see who changed what and when while away from their desks. Of course, being mobile-ready, you won't necessarily need to be migrated from Salesforce Classic yet to use the app. Just file your search and filter results and the information will be accessible in your Files tab in Lightning or Classic.
The setup log is an invaluable source of configuration change information. If you are an organization with more than one administrator, and produce between several hundred to several thousand configuration changes per month, we are sure this powerful tool is going to make admins' and tech managers' lives much easier in looking at who changed what and when.
With Configuration Tracker there is virtually no limit to the number of ways to effectively improve your speed and mobility in analyzing configuration changes to your orgs.
Accelerate admin team problem solving with Configuration Tracker today!
A Case validation rule is not working as expected. Use Configuration Tracker to quickly zero in on the validation rule change. Run a query and apply Display Filter "Cases validation". Or using the filter criteria "Changed formula for Cases validation" (as mentioned - case sensitive) would yield a smaller result showing only the Case fomula changes.
Lets say you need to put this rule back the way it was. You would be in luck because the description has the from - to formula expression. Without this app, discovering the old and new validation rule formula would be tedious but with Configuration Tracker you can see the change immediately!
A group of users can now edit specific fields they should not be able to edit. Find why quickly using Configuration Tracker. Run a query spanning time-frame in question and apply Display Filter "field-level security".
A user submits a case that she sees changes to an Account she is sure she did not make. Was it an admin who logged in as her?
Find out what day and time the changes were made and run a query spanning time-frame in question and apply Display Filter "Login-As".
Note that for Login-As records the Login Created By user will be the admin logging IN as the other user. The Logout user however will be recorded as the user NOT the admin who logged in.
See Logged out showing Created By is Bear Boo (underlined green) which was actually Joseph performing the operation.
|Component||AuditList||Main component for app|
|Component||audits||Sub component for mobile view detail iteration|
|Apex Class||AuditLogController||App server-side controller|
|Apex Class||AuditLogControllerTest||Test class for server-side controller|
|Tab||Configuration Tracker||Used in Salesforce Mobile and on any desired Lightning App|