An example is when two users have "edit" rights, one user sets up a notification when consumption exceeds 5kWh. The second user then changes this notification to 8kWh. This may result in batteries being depleted or some other emergency scenario.
It would be important for control management to know who was responsible for changing the notifications or other settings on the platform.
Hope this helps.
This logging feature is a little complicated.
In fact, you should not let others change your setting.
In other words, you do not need to open the total authority for others if you only want to share the data with others.
Please refer to https://www.iammeter.com/newsshow/Blog-share-energy-monitoring