Yes, it would be better than having to glean from the later Check In activity that presumably it was a checkout.
Browser - Document History - Show "Check Out"
When opening a document from the web browser, the history shows "Downloaded document". Can this please be changed to "Checked out".
We would like to show the difference of when people open documents (automatic downloading to Echo), vs download (to desktop/USB etc).
In this screenshot, I opened the document from the browser, closed document, then downloaded the document once.
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Great idea. This distinction would be a wonderful addition!
This should be prioritized very highly.
Agreed. There should be a distinction between the two actions, and it should be high priority.
This makes sense. I've had a related request and this is to do with the current logs which mirrors the history info. When auditing access history to a file, one cannot distinguish between just opening a pdf as it is marked as "downloaded.." as opposed to someone actually selecting the download function and saving it to some other path. If the destination path was at least included in the log, one can then distinguish between standard ndecho folders and other location easily. This difference is crucial particularly for data leak checking if massive download is happening (or just multiple batch opening of files). Agree with one of the comments here that it should be a priority too.
Our users would also like the ability to show "emailed" either copy and/or link. Thank you.