Working with FossLook Document History
How to See the History of Changes Made to a Document
If you want to see all of the changes you and others have made to a document, you can check it's history records. There you can see which person made specific edits, changed information on the tabs, or attached a new file.
The document’s history allows you to view changes in the document fields, who made them, when these fields were changed, on whose behalf, and other useful information.
Let's take a closer look at how to use this module in your work.
The History Module
All right, the first thing you need to do is to run FossLook Administrator and make sure that the external module was started.
If for some reason you don't see this module in the list, you need to manually connect it. Although, now it's a part of the default FossLook installation package, so, most likely, it'll already be connected.
Enabling document's "History" function
If you want to enable the "History" for the document, you need to open it's document type in the "FossLook Administrator", and select the corresponding function.
User Group "History Operators"
To have access to the history records, user must be included into an appropriate built in user group . Add a user, who will work with the history to this group.
Viewing History Records
Once you've done this, your user can now open corresponding tab in the document, and view history records.
If you are working on a document with other people, you can see what new changes have been added by your collaborators in the "User" column.