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Activity in Homelok


Activity details different types of events that are taking place within your unit. In this section of the Homelok app, you can see when a user was created or whether a door has been unlocked, for example.

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Activity shows a list of events ordered by the day and time at which they ocurred. You can use the filter icon situated at the top right to search for events within a specific time frame or apply other filters like Openings (access granted events) or Rejections (access denied events).

Activity in HomelokIn the 'Activity' section you can see events that take place in your unit

Types of activity

Activity is composed of two broad types of events: system and device events.

System events

System events are generally events that are triggered by user actions within the software. As a unit manager, the majority of these events will be triggered by either yourself or other unit managers in your unit.

Here are some examples:

  • User created/updated/deleted/blocked
  • User's access modified
  • User assigned a type of key

Device events

Device events are events that take place within your unit and are generally produced by locks. These events are produced on the whole by users who are holders of keys and use those keys to gain access to your unit.

Here are some examples:

  • Door unlocked (lock opened)
  • User denied access (door rejected a user from unlocking it)
  • Firmware updated

As a unit manager, you only see activity related to the users and doors that exist in your unit.

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