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Artera sends a Daily Email Digest to Enterprise and Manager users that contains any changes made in your Production environment. This email is broken down by Practice and includes:
- New Events
- New Resources
- New Lines
- New Users
- New Automations
- Detailed Automation Updates
Important: The Daily Changelog email is only generated if a change was actually made in your Artera environment. If nothing is updated, you will not receive an email that day.
New Events are created when a new appointment type is scheduled in your EMR and flows into Artera. Click here for instructions on setting up new Events including any changes needed to Automations.
Resources that appear in this email are usually newly created Providers in your system of record. Resources also include Locations, Devices, and General. Click here for information on configuring your Providers. The configuration for Devices and General Resources should be nearly identical to these instructions. Locations require additional setup, click here to learn more.
When new Lines are text-enabled and added to a Practice, there are few setup steps that need to be completed to ensure the Line behaves correctly.
When New Staff are added, the email contains the staff member's name and email address.
This section lists all the updates made to Automations within the Practice. These updates are categorized by Automation Description and include who made the updates, when the updates were made, and what was changed.
Most items within Artera contain a detailed Edit History. This includes a breakdown of changes including the user who made the change and the date/time of the change. Click here to learn more.