Use AODocs bookmarklet: Audit Log


This bookmarklet allows you to export the audit log of a domain, library or document as either a CSV file or a Google Sheet. You can export a subset of all the activities of a domain, library or document for a given time period.

Supported pages and permissions

The records exported by the Audit Log bookmarklet depend on where you run it. The table below indicates, according to where you run the bookmarklet, the required permissions and which audit log records are exported.

Bookmarklets runs on:

AODocs homepage

Library homepage

Document page

Required permissions:

Super administrator




All audit log records of the domain

All audit log records of the library

The audit log records of the current document

Run Audit Log

1. After installing the Audit Log bookmarklet, go to a page where you can run it, with the right permissions.

2. Press Audit Log in your bookmark bar. The Audit Log pop-up opens.


3. In the Audit Log pop-up, enter the following parameters:

  • The format of the export: CSV file or spreadsheet.
  • The filters of the export: date range and scope.
    Learn more: View the audit log.

4. Press Execute. Depending on the export format you requested, a CSV file is downloaded or a Google Sheet is created and opened in your My Drive, listing the exported audit log records.


- The bookmarklet can export no more than 1000 audit log records at a time. If there are more than 1000 log records, the logs from the 1001st to the 2000th are written in a new Google Sheet or CSV file.
- Once the export is over, you can return to the first panel to change the settings and run another export.

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