Monitor Login History Administrators can monitor all login attempts for their organization and enabled portals or communities. The login history page displays the most recent 20,000 attempts. To see more records, download the information to a CSV or GZIP file.
Identity Verification History As an admin, use Identity Verification History to monitor and audit up to 20,000 records of your org users’ identity verification attempts from the past six months. For example, suppose that two-factor authentication is enabled when a user logs in. When the user successfully provides a time-based, one-time password as proof of identity, that information is recorded in Identity Verification History.
Monitor Training History As an administrator, you want to know that your team is learning how to use Salesforce effectively. The Training Class History shows you all of the Salesforce training classes your users have taken.
Monitor Setup Changes Setup Audit Trail tracks the recent setup changes that you and other admins have made to your org. Audit history is especially useful in orgs with multiple admins.
Field History Tracking You can select certain fields to track and display the field history in the History related list of an object. The field history data is retained for up to 18 months.
Monitor Debug Logs Set trace flags to trigger logging for users, Apex classes, and Apex triggers in the Developer Console or in Setup. Monitor the resulting logs to diagnose problems in your org.
Monitoring Scheduled Jobs The All Scheduled Jobs page lists all reporting snapshots, scheduled Apex jobs, and dashboards scheduled to refresh.
Monitoring Background Jobs You can monitor background jobs in your organization, such as when parallel sharing recalculation is running.