How to Follow a File Audit Trail

How to Follow a File Audit Trail

When files are uploaded and/or shared, their source (“Manual”, “Task”, “Message”, or “Multiple”) is listed. This allows you to follow the audit trail.

  1. Click on the Files page.
  2. Click on a file and then click on the source to see where the file was shared. Clicking Multiple will reveal each place it was shared.
  3. Click on any source to follow the trail.



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