Learn how to view all you latest activity in UCare, this will show you a full record of your history and changes. If you are an admin you can see everyone's activity, which can help you better understand why something changed. Admins can also use this to see if someone is using people's data in a way that church leadership doesn't permit, for example if a youth leader is using it as personal dating tool.
Latest activity is also a key took for churches that are working under strict legal requirements with children's ministry, for instance Australian churches following the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse.
The search button at the top of the app displays the most recent items that you have been viewing so that you can quickly navigate back to them, but if you need to see more items you viewed or changes then tap Latest activity, it will be the last item in the list.
If you have Super admin privileges then you will be able to view everyone's activity, if you are a security area admin then you will be able to see everyone's activity if it's unrestricted or in a security area that you have permission to.
You can use this as an audit log to ensure that people's info is being used appropriately by those people that have been given access. People with Location admin' privileges can see all activity relating to the security area's that they have permission to.
You can filter the activity to help you find the item or changes that you need, and if you are a super admin you can even filter by person.
Tip: If you need to undelete something that was deleted a while ago or by someone else then search for it in the Everything field.
Tip: You can bulk undelete multiple people, check the box to each deleted person, then tap the Actions menu and tap Undelete selected people.
Tip: Use the date, action or item type filters at the top to narrow down the activity that you want to see.
When viewing a person's profile; admins will see a latest activity link under the Access section, this will let you see all activity by this person.