Audit Reports provide insights into your Wrike account. Use Audit Reports to help your team conduct security investigations or to increase visibility into what is happening in the account. You can generate reports to see
- The last time a user or users logged in or failed to log in.
- When invitations were sent and accepted.
- What changes have been made to User Groups.
- And more.
Read below for more details on what is included on an Audit Report.
Report parameters dictate what information is included in your report. Keep reading to learn more about each of the available parameters and how they affect your report.
Leave the User’s field blank to: run a report based on the actions of all users who are part of the account. Add a specific user or users to the field to limit the scope of the report: if one or more users is included in this field, then only their actions are included on the report.
Please note, you cannot enter User Groups in this field.
The date range field allows you to specify what timeframe the report should be generated for.
Each operation (action) on the report is time stamped so that you know when the action took place. Time stamps are displayed in: 1) the time zone designated in the Time Zone field and 2) in UTC time.
Operations are the actions that you want to report on. Available operations include
- User Groups: created, deleted, member added, member removed, renamed
- User login: login, logout, login failed
- User role changes: user promoted to admin, user demoted from admin, admin permission changes, user role changed
- Tasks, Folders, and Projects: shared, unshared, assigned, unassigned
- Atthachments: uploaded, deleted
- User accounts: invitation accepted, invitation sent, user deleted, user restored
Objects are what you want to report on. By default, your report includes information on any object (user, group) where the designated operation was carried out. To limit the report to particular items, add the specific item name or names to the Objects field. If one or more objects is listed, then only those items are included on the report. Searches on files should include the file name and extension (for example, File.docx).
To enter information in this field: just enter the object’s name. For example, you can type a User Group’s name in the field. If multiple items have the same name/title, then you will see the data related to all objects which match that name.
By default: any IP address that was used to access Wrike is included on the report. However, you can limit the report to particular IP addresses.
- Select “Include” and list specific IP addresses: generates a report based solely on the addresses listed in the field.
- Select “Exclude” and list specific IP addresses: generates a report based on all IP addresses except those listed in the IP Addresses field.
Specifies the format of your downloadable report. You can choose to have the report in a CSV or Excel file.
- Click on your profile image in the upper right-hand corner of the Workspace. 1
- Select “Account Management”. 2
- Click on the “Activity Reports” tab. 3
- Use the available parameters to specify what information should be included on the report.
- Click “Create report”.
A report, in the file format you specified and with data based on the parameters you selected, is downloaded to your computer.