This article shows you how to keep track of changes made to campaigns and budget settings.

What is the Changelog Page?

With the introduction of this new feature, you can seamlessly monitor all pertinent modifications made to your campaign and budget settings. Eliminate uncertainty and embrace enhanced transparency and management.


Where can I find the Changelog Page? 

Go to the Changelog tab, and there you can see the table with all features. 

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Following features are integrated in the Changelog to increase transparency:

A Clearer View of Changes
The table layout is user-friendly and visually appealing. At a single glance, you can easily identify which user made manual changes and precisely when those changes were made. Each change is displayed in a separate table row, providing a neat and organized overview.

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Effortless Filtering
Tracking changes has never been easier. With our new filtering options, you can quickly find the information you need. Filter by users, changed objects (such as campaign or portfolio names), or specific changes themselves. This way, you can zero in on the exact details you’re interested in without any hassle.

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What to Expect in the Changelog Table
When you visit the Changelog page, you’ll find a wealth of valuable information. Here’s what you can expect to see in the changelog table:

  1. User: The user name of the person responsible for the change. It’s important to know who made what modifications, and now you can easily keep track.
  2. Object Name: The name of the changed object, whether it’s a campaign or portfolio. This helps you identify which specific element has been altered.
  3. Object: The type of the changed object, such as campaign type or portfolio. Understanding the context of the change enhances your comprehension.
  4. Action: The type of change itself, whether it’s a campaign update, creation, target modification, or budget period adjustment. You’ll get a clear picture of the actions taken.
  5. Change: This column showcases the newly created settings or the old versus new status for updates. It also reveals the name of the field that underwent a change, like a target or budget period. This level of detail ensures you’re in the loop.
  6. Date: Finally, the date and time of each change are displayed. Stay informed about when modifications occur.

With these enhancements to the Changelog page, you can effectively monitor the refinements of your campaigns and budget periods. Gain insights into every alteration and maintain a firm grasp on your advertising strategy.