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Salto Weekly Digest
Salto Weekly Digest

Stay informed with weekly updates on your Salto activity and environment changes

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Written by Ofer Rozenman
Updated over a week ago

The Salto Weekly Digest is a weekly email sent by Salto, highlighting your recent activities. It includes updates on changes within Salto environments and the connected applications. Salto tracks specific element types within each application for changes, and a complete list of these types is provided below. This Digest is dispatched at the start of your workweek.

Which Salto Environments are included in the Digest?

The Digest automatically includes two types of Salto environments:

  1. Production environments, if your Salto Organization is linked to a single application type (such as Salesforce, NetSuite, or Jira, meaning it's connected only to Salesforce accounts, for instance)

  2. Any environments you have created, regardless of the number of application types connected to your Salto Organization.

The list of environments in the Digest is fully customizable. You have the option to include or exclude any environment you wish to monitor weekly by following the instructions below:

  1. Click on 'Settings' in the bottom left menu:

  2. Under the 'User' tab, scroll down to the 'Weekly Digest' section

  3. Select the environments you wish to include. (Or remove)

Which Element types does Salto track as part of the Digest?


  1. Apex Class

  2. Custom Field

  3. Validation Rule

  4. Flow

  5. Apex Trigger

  6. Workflow Rule

  7. Flexi Page

  8. Lightning Component Bundle

  9. Email Template

  10. Layout


  1. Saved Search

  2. Entry Form

  3. Transaction Form

  4. Workflow

  5. Role

  6. Custom Record Type

  7. Saved Report


  1. Workflow

  2. Automation

  3. Field

  4. Project

  5. Workflow Scheme


  1. Ticket Field

  2. Ticket Form

  3. Automation

  4. Macro

  5. Trigger


  1. Application

  2. Group Rule

  3. Access Policy

  4. Network Zone

How does Salto track changes?

Salto automatically fetches data from your connected applications either weekly or daily by default. This process ensures that Salto reflects the most current configuration of your applications, facilitating the tracking of changes for the Digest. You can customize the auto-fetch schedule by following this guide.

If a fetch fails, for example, due to incorrect credentials when connecting your application to Salto, the Digest will notify you, allowing you to address and resolve the issue.

Please note that, due to API limitations, the 'Changed by' information may be inaccurate in specific cases, for additional details please refer to the relevant application here.

To wrap up the Digest, remember you can always customize further. If you're on the Business plan, you can set up your own email or Slack notifications to keep an eye on the specific elements you care about, as often as you like. Learn more in the Monitoring article.

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