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Activity Feed

The Activity Feed lets you investigate what happened in your Sanity projects. If you are uncertain how a scenario took place, you can use the Activity Feed to investigate what actually happened.

Screenshot of the project activity from sanity.io/manage

What is an event?

An event is created when various actions are performed in the system. This can be by a user, by Sanity, or even by a robot token. An event contains information about what happened and when. Events differ by action, and each contains a unique ID.

List of team events

  • user creates team
  • user changes team’s name
  • user changes billing address
  • user changes payment method
  • user changes EU Representative
  • user changes Data Protection Officer
  • user changes user’s role
  • user removes user
  • user invite user(s)
  • user joins team
  • user revoked invitation

List of project events

  • user creates project
  • user changes project’s name
  • user changes project’s custom studio URL
  • user changes project’s plan
  • user adds CORS origin
  • user removes CORS origin
  • user adds webhook
  • user removes webhook
  • user adds API token
  • user removes API token
  • user changes user’s permissions
  • user removes user
  • user invites user(s)
  • user joins project
  • user revokes invitation
  • user creates dataset
  • user deletes dataset
  • user edits dataset
  • user duplicates dataset


Actions for projects and teams are available as a CSV export from the manage dashboard for each project. The export can be customized by the date when created.

Data provided in the export

  • action
  • actorEmail
  • actorId
  • actorName
  • correlationId
  • datasetName
  • description
  • documentId
  • id
  • metadata.email
  • metadata.invitedBy
  • metadata.role
  • organizationDisplayName
  • organizationId
  • projectDisplayName
  • projectId
  • timestamp
  • transactionId
  • userEmail
  • userId
  • userName
  • version

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