You can use the audit and investigation page to run searches related to Calendar log events. There you can view a record of actions to track changes to calendars, events, and subscriptions. You can also track the email notifications associated with these actions. This information is helpful when you troubleshoot issues or when your users notice discrepancies or unexpected changes to their calendars, shared calendars, or specific calendar events. Log entries usually appear within one half-hour of the user action.
For a full list of services and activities that you can investigate, such as Google Drive or user activity, read through the data sources for the audit and investigation page.
Open the audit and investigation page
- On the left, click ReportingAudit and investigationCalendar log events.
Filter the data
- Open the log events as described above in Access Calendar log event data.
- Click Add a filter, and then select an attribute.
- In the pop-up window, select an operatorselect a valueclick Apply.
(Optional) To create multiple filters for your search:
- Click Add a filter and repeat step 3.
- (Optional) To add a search operator, above Add a filter, select AND or OR.
- Click Search.
Note: Using the Filter tab, you can include simple parameter and value pairs to filter the search results. You can also use the Condition builder tab, where the filters are represented as conditions with AND/OR operators.
For this data source, you can use the following attributes when searching log event data:
Access level of the calendar or event (in other words, what others can access). Enter one of the following values:
|Actor||Email address of the user who performed the action|
|Actor group name||
Group name of the actor. For more information, see Filtering results by Google Group.
To add a group to your filtering groups allowlist:
|Actor organizational unit||Organizational unit of the actor|
|API kind||API through which the logged action was made. Options include:|
|Appointment schedule title||Title of the appointment schedule|
|Calendar ID||ID of the calendar where the logged action happened—for example, the calendar in which an event is taking place, or a calendar that users can subscribe to. The value for this attribute is often a user's email address such as firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Client-side encrypted||Specifies if a calendar event is client-side encrypted or not|
|Date||Date and time the event occurred (displayed in your browser's default time zone)|
|Event||The logged event action, such as Event deleted, Calendar title changed, or Event guest removed|
|Event end time||Time the event ended|
|Event ID||ID of the calendar event|
|Event start time||Time the event started|
|Event title||Title of the calendar event|
|Guest response status||Guest's response to a calendar invite—for example, Accepted, Declined, or Maybe|
|Interop error code||Error code associated with an unsuccessful request. Available only when Calendar Interop is turned on.|
|IP address||Internet Protocol (IP) address associated with the logged action. Usually reflects the user's physical location, but could be a proxy server or a virtual private network (VPN) address.|
|New value||New value of an attribute. For example, enter the title for a new calendar, the description for a new calendar, or the new location.|
|Notification message ID||ID of the email notification|
|Notification method||The medium by which the notification was sent. Select one of the following values:
|Notification type||Type of notification set, such as Calendar access granted, Canceled event, or New event|
|Old event title||If the title of a calendar event has been changed, this is the previous title of the event.|
|Organizer calendar ID||Calendar ID of this event's organizer|
|Recurring||The calendar event is a recurring event.|
|Remote exchange server URL||The URL of the Exchange Web Services (EWS) endpoint. This is available only when Calendar Interop is turned on.|
|Requested period end time||If the logged action is associated with a time window, this field contains the end of the time window. For example, the end time of an availability lookup in Calendar Interop.|
|Requested period start time||If the logged action is associated with a time window, this field contains the start of the time window. For example, the start time of an availability lookup in Calendar Interop.|
|Subscriber calendar ID||If a user subscribed to a calendar, then this field captures the user's calendar ID.|
|Target||This can be a guest email or grantee email in case there's a change of access or change of recipient email.|
|User agent||User agent software associated with the calendar event|
Manage log event data
Manage search results column data
You can control which data columns appear in your search results.
- At the top-right of the search results table, click Manage columns .
- (Optional) To remove current columns, click Remove .
- (Optional) To add columns, next to Add new column, click the Down arrow and select the data column.
Repeat as needed.
- (Optional) To change the order of the columns, drag the data column names.
- Click Save.
Export search result data
- At the top of the search results table, click Export all.
- Enter a name click Export.
The export displays below the search results table under Export action results.
- To view the data, click the name of your export.
The export opens in Google Sheets.
Create reporting rules
When and how long is data available?
Go to Data retention and lag times.