Soon after the previous update, version 1.3 is here, expanding on the Geolocation support, new logs panel improvements and additions, many changes under the hood, improvements to some events logging, new events, and more.
Alongside the IP2Location database support added in 1.2, version 1.3 adds MaxMind GeoLite2 database support. It requires a license key (it is free) to be added, and the plugin will download and update the database automatically. The Plugin dashboard also shows the status of the Geolocation, the database used, and the last time it was downloaded. Database update is handled better, and a few more things are tweaked in regard to geolocation.
Considering how much data can be logged for events, the plugin now has a more comprehensive dialog view for the logged data (View link in the ID column). Country can be used to filter logs; there are some new log layout options (to hide the Object Type column and merge it with the Object column). Some columns have changed order for a better overview, and column sizes are updated.
Version 1.3 includes various improvements and tweaks, and several bugs have been fixed, too.
More about CoreActivity
Plugin Install & Update
The plugin is available in the WordPress.org 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.