Viewing Audit Trails for Records
On record types that support audit trails, you can view the audit trail that tracks the changes made to the audited fields on a record.
Depending on how your company administrator configures the audit trail for the record type, the audit trail can also show the following:
For changes to records, the audit trail shows the old and new values in a field, as well as the timestamp and the name of the user who made the change to the field. Your company administrator determines which fields, if any, are audited. For information about the record types that support audit trails, and a list of the fields that are audited by default, see Customizing the Audit Trail.
Before you begin. To enable you to view the audit trail for a record type, your company administrator must make sure that the page layouts for your role are configured to include the Audit Trail related item on the Detail page layout for the parent record type. Your company administrator must also give you read-only access to the Audit Trail related item on the parent record type. If the Audit Trail related item is still not visible on your record Detail page after the company administrator has completed the configuration, click the Edit Layout link on the record Detail page, and add the Audit Trail as a related information section. For more information on editing your Detail page layouts, see Changing Your Detail Page Layout.
To view the audit trail for a record
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