In this series of posts we’ll be exploring 1Password Teams and the features that make it uniquely suited to the challenges faced by businesses. Today’s article is about the Activity Log, a rich overview of all the activity that takes place in your team.
What is activity logging?
Activity Logging is one of those features that you can’t live without once you try it. Simply put, it’s the ability to see, at a glance, anything done by anyone on your team.
Just about. Fire up the Activity Log and you’ll be able to find out about:
- password changes
- team members joining and leaving
- device authorizations
- vault creation and deletion
- membership changes to groups and vaults
For each action, you see exactly when it happened, who was involved, and who was responsible. You can sort the list by date or by person, and you can click on the names of people, vaults, and groups to go right to their details. It’s the simplest and best way to audit your team and improve security and accountability.
The best part? Like everything else in 1Password, the Activity Log is fully end-to-end encrypted. No one apart from your team administrators has access to it.