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Checking Account History in Cloud Sites

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The History tab in your Cloud Sites control panel provides a historical list of the accounts previous tasks and actions. Here you can review a history of completed tasks such as: account creation and removals, creating new websites, creating FTP users, removing account resources and more.

View Account History Data

To help you keep track of actions taken on your Cloud Sites account, the History tab gives you a historical view of past actions.

cs-history-pt1On the left side of this page you will see a Filter section. Here you will see a list of various categories and values you can use to filter your Account History page. You can filter out by: task status, task action, and task type.

cs-history-pt2In the main history list area you will find additional tools that assist you in sorting and filtering. You can use the drop down to filter out account history based on Client Accounts and search history by text. Here, you can also specify how many results to show per page, navigate pages and set sort criteria.

cs-history-pt3Here we demonstrate how these sorting and filtering actions can be done. First we start on the history page and by clicking the Error status filter we will only see tasks resulting in errors.

In this case the errors shown were caused because the liquidweb.name domain already has a DNS Zone created on the account this is associated with.
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I am a g33k, Linux blogger, developer, student, and former Tech Writer for Liquidweb.com. My passion for all things tech drives my hunt for all the coolz. I often need a vacation after I get back from vacation....

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