Page Auditing tracks all changes made throughout your site. When a user updates any section of your site, a copy of the page is saved for historical reference. This allows you to not only see who has changed what sections, but also the original content providing a simple method of rolling back to previous versions if required. All aspects of content updates are stored including user, date of update, content, page titles and descriptions.
How Do I Use Page Auditing?
Once page auditing is enabled, any time a user updates content, the WebEd editor automatically creates a copy of the page and content. At any time site administrators can access the historical list of changes for that page.
What Are the Benefits of Using Page Auditing?
Page Auditing gives the site owner peace of mind by ensuring all site updates are tracked by date and user. This ensure you can easily roll back to previous versions of a page or track who last updated content. It is a mandatory module for anyone looking to distribute content authoring to multiple departments or users.
Examples of Page Auditing
This screen shot shows the page audit history for a page in the website. Note the date of Last Update and Last Update By information.