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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 a history tab which will tell you exactly what has happened when, including when people have logged in. You can filter this which you may find particularly useful if you have a large number of events and are looking for something specific. 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 (1) and selecting 'Control Panel' from the drop down menu (2).

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




Once you have clicked that, you'll see this screen (although without the red arrows and the numbers!):




As you can see, you're presented with a list showing you exactly who has done what and when in your Tapestry, with the most recent entry first. The first arrow (1) directs you to the 'filter and sort history' function. That will allow you to narrow down what you're looking at so, for example, you could look at everything one particular person has done. If you're looking for items relating to a particular observation you might want to use the search bar to type in a specific title.



The second red arrow in the picture of the History tab shows you which user triggered the entry. If you click on it you will be taken to their user profile page.

The third arrow shows you what was added, for example 'stacking blocks' is the title of an observation and ' 2018-05-08-CBCQAGTJ' is the name of a transfer. 

The fourth one will show you the exact date and time it happened. 

The fifth one won't always appear. That is a 'more info' button and will only be there if we can give you more details about the entry you're looking at. They will appear if you edit an observation or a person to tell you what has changed and for transfers.

If you have any questions about what your History tab is showing you please get in touch with us by emailing customer.service@eyfs.info


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