• I’m giving two stars because the plugin didn’t break anything and appeared to be working just fine. I left this on for over a year to help me identify which users out of 20,000+ actually log into my site. After a year, I deleted the users that had “never” logged in, only to find I deleted users who had recently signed up for classes on my site. To sign up for a class on my site, you have to log in first. Thank goodness for backups. Unfortunately, this plugin doesn’t serve its purpose reliably and the information it shows can’t be trusted. I cannot recommend it.

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  • Plugin Author Konstantin Obenland


    Hi there, sorry it’s not working for you.

    I see you’re not using WordPress’ built-in login form, does your solution call wp_signon() at any point? The plugin uses the wp_login action to set the last login time.

    Alternatively you could also do that manually by calling update_user_meta( $user->ID, 'wp-last-login', time() ); whenever users are authenticated.

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