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coreActivity 1.7 / 1.8

coreActivity received two major updates in the past week, further improving the display and filtering of Logs, adding new events and a new Privacy component, and many improvements and fixes.

With the release of version 1.8, the plugin now includes 140 events with 27 components. The latest component is ‘Privacy,’ which has 10 events for tracking user requests for download and data removal from the website. The ‘WordPress’ component has 3 new events for logging update results for core, plugins, and themes. Plugin Dashboard panel has been updated too.

coreActivity Dashboard
coreActivity Dashboard

From the Logs panel, you can now get the latest WhoIs information about each IP; Device Detection is updated with the latest devices; there are many improvements in handling the blogs inside the multisite installations and more. And there are various bugs fixed in these two releases, related to Logs and Events panel.

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 WordPress.org plugins repository, and it can be installed directly from the WordPress website Plugins panel by searching for ‘coreactivity.’

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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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.

About the author

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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