Auditing can be configured for a site collection, a list or library, or based on a content type as part of an organizations information management policy.The audit log reports can be accessed from Audit log reports under site collection administrator. Below are the events captured in Office 365 are
Content Activity Reports
This report shows all events where a user viewed content in this site.
This report shows all events that modified content in this site.
This report shows all events that caused content in this site to be deleted or restored from the Recycle Bin.
Content type and list modifications
This report shows all events that modified content types and lists in this site.
Information Management Policy Reports
This report shows all events related to the creation and use of information management policies on content in this site.
Expiration and Disposition
This report shows all events related to the expiration and disposition of content in this site.
Security And Site Settings Reports
This report shows all events that change the auditing settings of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
This report shows all events that change the security configuration of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
Run a custom report -Manually specify the filters for your Audit Report. The filters available for manual reports in Office 365 are
- Opening or downloading documents, viewing items in lists, or viewing item properties
- Editing items
- Checking out or checking in items
- Moving or copying items to another location in the site
- Deleting or restoring items
- Editing content types and columns
- Searching site content
- Editing users and permissions
- Editing auditing settings and deleting audit log events
- Workflow events
- Custom events
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