Once you restart the server, Sails will log messages to both the console and to the file. In the example `sails.log.info('Sails ist wunderbar')` the string `Sails ist wunderbar` would be logged to the console and to the file `application.log`.
+####Example: Adding timestamp to the logs
+If you want to add the timestamp to the log output, just edit the log object:
+Now,the example `sails.log.info('My log message')` will now have a timestamp, like so:
+2014-02-17T17:45:15.875Z - info: My log message
**Note**: Take note of the different log levels and how they are working together. In `config/log.js` we set our `level` to `info`. Meaning logs level `info` or below, will be logged to the console and to the file `application.log`. The only method above level `info`, is `verbose`. So in this example, log method `sails.log.verbose('...')` would not log to the console or file, because its log level is higher than the `level` we set in `config/log.js`.