Platform allows you to control the events generated from API calls by third parties, many of these can be user actions on the platform or events made by another component of the same, the module has only 30 days of information retention.

This option can be found in the Settings/Audit module.


The API event information provided is displayed as follows:

  • Event Description: as its name suggests, is the description of the generated event, the information is provided with the following rule:
    API - {Platform Module} - {Event}

It is preceded by an icon according to the registered event, these icons are:




  • Show Details: by clicking on this field, all the metadata corresponding to the event is displayed, this includes: the method, the url, the account ID, the user ID, and the respective event data in JSON.

  • User: shows the email associated to the user who executed the event.

  • Date: the date and time when an event took place, usually associated with the time on the computer where the account was opened; it can be arranged in ascending or descending order by clicking on the arrow icon next to the text.

  • Botón Local/UTC: it allows you to change the time of the log based on UTC 0, adding or subtracting depending on the region, the corresponding hours of difference.





The module lets you filter the information in order to find the records more quickly, the available filters are:

  • Module: you can check the registered events associated to a specific module.

  • Event: you can perform a search related to creation, update or delete events.

  • Date Range: performs the search for API events on a specific date, considering that it only takes 30 days of data retention by default.

  • User: allows you to visualize the specific records of an user, with this option you will have more control over the changes made especially by users with limited access to platform.

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Atte. Mediastream team

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