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coreActivity 1.1

The first major update for coreActivity is here, bringing new component and events, many improvements to the Logs panel, a new tool for bulk control of events for notifications, and many improvements and bug fixes.

A new component is adding events related to WooCommerce. Currently, it has events monitoring WooCommerce-related content, and more relevant events are coming soon. The Notifications component now supports email notifications from WooCommerce, too. The plugin has a new tool for bulk enabling and disabling notifications for all events. With this tool, you can enable (or disable) instant notifications, daily and/or weekly digests for all events without the need to do it via the Events panel.

The logs panel is improved for expandability; new views are supported for Methods and Contexts, new column is added for quick display of Metadata inside the main grid (and hidden from the meta area). The logs panel has received various tweaks and styling improvements.

And, most importantly, several bugs have been fixed: filtering of logs was not working in some cases, some events were not properly using exclusion options, and a few issues with the content terms relationship event have been fixed.

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 plugin is available on GitHub.

Plugin Install & Update

The plugin is available in the plugins repository, and it can be installed directly from the WordPress website Plugins panel by searching for ‘coreactivity’.

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. Feel free to stop by the GitHub page and contribute to the plugin development.

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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Activity logging for WordPress powered websites

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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