That's a good workaround.
Ideally though, the filters should be easy to use for Audit trail.
Although slightly tedious to implement, editing Field Management/Mapping is really good to have.
Audit is very hard to use and doesn't always record things you'd expect.
Field Management with Read Only or even to show more info on the Filters in a Smart list would be helpful to many people.
Webhooks configurations should use, like all code- and code-like text, a monospace font that preserves whitespace.
I suppose that you're referring to the way the URL and the Payload information being displayed when we select a Webhook.
Please correct me if I have understood it wrongly.
I recently had a customer research call with Marketo and brought up a request for a feature that could be added to the admin area. I think we need an instance analyzer which can provide a summary with key stats all in one place. It would be something targeted towards admins, or superusers, who inherit an instance when joining a company, but also useful for those managing it over time. Some ideas for what this could include....
1) A quick overview of the total # of contacts in the database which provides splits by marketable/unmarketable, country/region, SFDC lead/contact, customized segments, and customizable for other existing fields/tags in the database. It would also be helpful to see dormant vs engaged contacts for each region (i.e. how many have activity in the last 3/6/12 months vs those who are not active).
2) An overview of the most active internal users.
3) A way to see key average email performance stats for the whole account (open rate, click rate, click to open rate, hard bounce, soft bounce, unsubscribe rate), and the ability to segment these averages by country or region.
4) Similar to above, but for landing pages...what are the most viewed LPs, what is the average conversion rate for forms (with option to create an average by selecting specific LPs to crunch data on).
5) Communication limits / API limit.
6) Other useful macro level stats to get users up to speed.
Meg makes a good point - I can't really tell how user permissions are going to affect a user until I change something and they tell me that they don't have access to something they need to access!