Get aware of any activities that are taking place on your dashboard! Imagine it like a black-box for your WordPress site.
We all know that it’s relatively easy to analyze what your visitors are looking for while browsing your site. But there is really no easy way to know what registered users (say, with an Administrator account or even Editors) are doing on the dashboard of your site. How can you know if a post was deleted? or if a plugin was activated/deactivated? or if the active theme was changed? If you have tens of users or more, you really can’t know who did it. This plugin tries to solve this issue by tracking what users do on the dashboard of your WordPress site.
As of this moment, the plugin logs things when:
New! You are now able to get email notifications once an event you have defined (via rules) has occured. This is useful in cases you must know right away when someone does something on your site.
The plugin does not require any kind of setup. It works out of the box (and that’s why we love it too).
We’re planning to add a lot more features in the upcoming releases. If you think we’re missing something big time, please post your suggestions in the plugin’s forum.
Would you like to like to contribute to Activity Log? You are more than welcome to submit your pull requests on the GitHub repo. Also, if you have any notes about the code, please open a ticket on ths issue tracker.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-29
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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