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So last week I received an email from a sales rep saying that a view her team uses wasn't working properly. I go to investigate said view, and whatever it was supposed to filter had been overwritten by something else. I checked to see who had the ability to edit it, and then emailed everyone who could have done it, but they all proclaimed ignorance or innocence to having changed the view. Normally I can only see who created the view initially, and when the last change occurred. Is there a way for me to see "Who" made the last change? We are using On-Prem v1612 188.8.131.52
Thank you in advance
If you are using onpremise CRM then you can write sql query to check the modifiedby user and modified on field value.
Shared view is stored in userquery table and system view is stored in savedquery table in sql.
From CRM UI you will not be able to identify this.
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