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Multisite Plugin Stats


This plugin was designed to let you know a little bit more about what plugins your users are running on your multisite install. It’s useful it you’re trying to clean up unused plugins, or determine plugin popularity.


  • The one and only screen of this plugin. Lists all the plugins under their various classifications.


  1. Download the plugin file
  2. Unzip the file into a folder on your hard drive
  3. Upload the /multisite-plugin-stats/ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ folder on your site
  4. Visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate it there.


Why would I use this?

Well, I can only tell you why I use it. You are your own person, and have to make your own decisions! Occasionally I like to clean out the plugins that no one is using, or try to get users migrate to plugins that do something better. This helps me accomplish that.


September 12, 2017
The last 12 months I have searched again and again for a solution like this one, because I completely lost the overview of my activated plugins and we now manage many WordPress pages in a Multisite. Thanks for this great extension. Works perfectly with version 4.8.1. Now I can delete unnecessary plugins comfortably and deactivate active but not used plugins and delete. Thank you very much for this plugin. (:
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Contributors & Developers

“Multisite Plugin Stats” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Initial Public Release. Enjoy!


  • Added ability to list blogs with plugin activated