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CoreActivity 1.0 Beta #2

CoreActivity Beta #2 version is here, and it brings a lot of updates, new components and events, new settings, and more. The plugin can be downloaded from Dev4Press and GitHub for now, and soon it will be available on WordPress.org.

Due to the huge backlog of plugins to be reviewed on WordPress.org, it is currently unknown when CoreActivity will be reviewed and available on WordPress.org. Until that happens, CoreActivity will remain in the Beta stage and be available for download from the Dev4Press website. Based on the current estimates from WordPress.org, CoreActivity might wait until August or September. Because of that, I decided to release the plugin early, without waiting for WordPress.org to finish the review process.

The new Beta version brings many new components and events, improvements to the logging process, and an updated dashboard that now includes a button to disable (and enable) the logging process. This can be useful if you are testing or debugging something or need logging disabled for whatever other reason.

The plugin stability has been greatly improved, and many small bugs have been fixed since the first Beta version was released. Work continues on the plugin, and one more Beta is expected by the end of this month.

Updated dashboard with logging status and button to disable/enable it

The current Beta release is missing a few features that should be ready soon and will be added in one of the upcoming (bi-weekly) Beta releases. The plugin will get an email notifications system with instant (or time-limited instant notifications, sent once every 5 minutes at the most) and daily and weekly digests. You can configure the email content for these notifications too. I am sure some bugs are still present, and some things might not work (bulk delete from the Logs screen), but with more testing and development time, that will be improved for the Stable release.

More about CoreActivity

To learn more about the plugin, check out the official home page and the list of all components and events included with the latest version available. The download page is here. More information about the plugin will be added soon.

So, feel free to test the plugin and let me know if you find any issues and want to see more components and events added to the plugin.

To see the list of all the changes in this version, please check out the changelog. If you find any issues with the new version, please, report them in the support forums.

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coreActivity plugin for WordPress
Lightweight and Powerful activity logging plugin for WordPress

Monitor and log all kinds of activity happening on the WordPress website, with fine control over events to log, detailed log and events panels, and more.

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Milan Petrovic
Milan Petrovic

CEO and Lead developer of Dev4Press Web Development company, working with WordPress since 2008, first as a freelancer, later founding own development company. Author of more than 250 plugins and more than 20 themes.

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