Viewing Audit Logs

Article Number:02086

You can check audit logs in Administration.

Procedures for Viewing Logs

  1. Click the gear-shaped menu button in the header.

  2. Click Users & System Administration.

  3. Click View & Download.
    Screenshot: "View & Download" is highlighted

  4. A list of logs is displayed.
    In the "Service" field, you can check whether logs are Administration logs or service specific logs.
    Screenshot: The "Service" field is highlighted

  5. Click [i] icon to show the log details.
    Screenshot: Icon to click is highlighted For information on the logs shown, refer to the "Audit Logs" section.

Items in Audit Logs

This section describes the main items in audit logs.
Contents in logs are different from service to service.


The login name of the user who performed the operation is displayed.
In the following cases, it displays as [nobody].

  • The service performed a function automatically
  • A user who does not exist in Kintone attempted login


Either of the following log levels will be displayed.
You can use these log levels to configure filter conditions or e-mail notifications.

  • Notice
  • Information


Feature names, types, and screen names are written.


User actions are written.
For actions using APIs, their types and version names are written.
As seen in the examples below, "%s" part in audit logs is a version number.

  • export user service (API %s/csv)
  • export user service (API %s/json)

Actual log entries are as follows.

  • export user service (API v1/csv)
  • export user service (API v1/json)


Results of actions are logged.

    It indicates that the action was successful.
    It indicates that the action failed.
    It indicates that the action failed due to an invalid input value.


The following contents may be logged.

  • The ID of data or files for actions
  • Modified values as the result of actions

Filtering Logs

  1. Set the filter conditions.
    For information on the values of the "Module" and the "Action" to specify as filter conditions, refer to the "Audit Logs" section.
    Screenshot: Configuring filter conditions for logs to display In the "Users" field, you can search for a user.
    Select a user you want by clicking the name from the search result. Screenshot: Searching target users

  2. Click View.