Curations 3 provides a history log that helps you determine when posts, sources, rules, or displays are created or updated. The history log provides the following information:

  • The action taken on the content.
  • The time the action occurred.
  • The user, rule, display, or source that executed the action.
    Tip:  You may have to hover over the actor to display its details. For example, you may have to hover over the word "Source" to display the name of the source that collected a post. If the actor is listed as an unknown user, the actor is a user who is no longer active on your account (for example, a former employee).
You cannot access the history log for deleted posts, sources, rules, or displays.

View rule history

  1. Open the Content Rules section of the Curate tab.
  2. Click History beside the rule you want to audit.

What the rule history includes

The history log displays information about when a rule is created, updated, enabled, or disabled. The history log does not show details about rule updates. If you edit a rule action or filter, the history log shows that a user updated the rule, but it does not list the modified action or filter.

View display history

  1. Open the Displays tab.
  2. Click History beside the display you want to audit.

What the display history includes

The history log displays information about when a display is created, updated, enabled, or disabled. The history log does not show details about display updates. If you edit a display, the history log shows that a user updated the display, but it does not list the modified display settings.

View source history

  1. Open the Manage section of the Collect tab.
  2. Click History beside the source you want to audit.

What the source history includes

The history log displays information about when a source is created, enabled, or disabled. The history log does not show details about source updates because you cannot modify sources after creation.

View post history

  1. Open the Manage section of the Curate tab.
  2. Click the photo or video of the post you want to audit to display its detailed view.
  3. Click History.

What the post history includes

The history log displays information about when a post is created or updated. Compared to the other history logs, the post history includes more granular details about updates to posts. For example, the post history displays information about changes to a post’s moderation status, author permission, or labels. If the actor executing changes on the post is a rule, you can click the rule name to open the rule and view its details.