Stream tracks logged-in user activity so you can monitor every change made on your WordPress site in beautifully organized detail.
For big newspaper sites and blogs with multiple authors this is a must! Thanks for the job well do here!
This is an excellent little plugin. It's very easy to use and setup.
An amazing tool for those who really care about their WordPress project! And with a great team behind!
NSA way :)
If you want to keep an eye on your user who is making changes to the site. This tool is very helpful
I've been using stream on multisite installs for a while now, specially to be able to track what editors/customers are doing. It's organized and clean views are a good way of quickly getting to know what's been going one in each site of the network.
however, since the last update I can't install plugins as network admin, I keep getting the message that I must signup to stream premium to be able to install extensions.
I would understand such behaviour if we were talking about installing extensions to stream, but it blocks me from installing regular wordpress extensions in wordpress.
Hopefully a bug.
Anyway, manually removed stream and all it's db tables for now.
Excellent. Well done, great interface, and superbly coded! Well done guys!
Stream provides powerful WordPress monitoring and activity logging functionality in an easy to use way. You can quickly see who did what, when, and to what area of your WordPress site. I really appreciate the fine-grained filtering capabilities. Stream even captures WordPress core background auto-updates. Recommended for WordPress site admins.
Thank you for this beautiful plugin.
Never-ending possibilities/feature ideas:
- in addition to RSS, could we have the ability to merge several STREAMed websites into one Master Activity Stream (new column: domain), taking advantage of your powerful filtering!
- "User reentered website" -- with a customizable time threshold i.e. after 60 minutes of inactivity a user gets something like a "soft-logout"
- export Activity Stream (filter view) as CSV file.
- On Activity Stream page: info about database table size in MB or GB
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