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#1 Emily

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 02:23 PM

It can be very useful to keep a log of what you've done in a program, especially when a number of people are using it. Tapestry includes event logging, which you can filter - you may find this particularly useful if you have a large number of events and are looking for something specfic. Let me show you how it looks and works:

 

First off go to your control panel by clicking on your name in the top right hand corner and selecting 'Control Panel' from the drop down menu.

 

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Then from the left hand side menu select 'Events'.

 

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Once you have clicked that, you'll see this screen:

 

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As you can see, you're presented with a list of all the significant events that have occurred in Tapestry, with the most recent first. Each item gives a number of information elements. First, the (1) blue button lets you know what type of an event has occurred, for example, adding a staff member, adding an observation, or making a setting change. 

 

Next to this is a (2) green button, which shows the staff member/manager who made the change.

On the (3) right hand side of each event is the time/date it happened.

 

If you click the (4) 'Filter & Sort Events' option at the top of the screen, you get a pop--up box giving you various filtering options:

 

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You can narrow down what is being displayed in several ways here:

The data type allows you to display only the events affecting a certain object in Tapestry.

The 'event triggered by' allows you to search for the activity of a particular staff member. 

You can also use the search function if you are looking for something specific, such as anything to do with a particular observation.


Best wishes,
Emily





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