WP Activity Log

WP Activity Log

Keep a comprehensive log of user and system changes that take place on your WordPress website with the the #1 user-rated activity log plugin.

  • Frequently updated
    Very good! This plugin is actively maintained and the last update was released 24 days ago.
  • This plugin is tested with the last major release of WordPress
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  • Compatible with the latest major PHP release
    This plugin requieres PHP 7.2 or higher. The latest stable PHP 8.3.8 was released on 06 June 2024
  • No unfixed plugin vulnerabilities
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Ratings

423

Active installs

200K

Total Downloads

6 M

Support Threads

9

Last updated

22 May 2024

Added

23 May 2013

Versions

8.47%8.81%28.72%44.43%9.57%
  • Version 4.4
  • Version 4.5
  • Version 4.6
  • Version 5.0
  • Version other

Screenshots

The WordPress activity logs from where the site administrator can see all the user and site changes.
See who is logged in to your WordPress and manage users sessions with Users Sessions Management.
The plugin settings from where site administrator can configure generic plugin settings such as <a href="https://melapress.com/support/kb/wp-activity-log-support-reverse-proxies-web-application-firewalls/?utm_source=wp+repo&utm_medium=repo+link&utm_campaign=wordpress_org&utm_content=wsal">reverse proxy support</a>, who can manage the plugin etc.
The WordPress audit trail settings from where you can configure automatic pruning of alerts, which timestamp should be used and more.
Configuring WordPress email and SMS alerts with the Email & SMS Notifications module.
Search in the WordPress activity log with the use filters to fine tune the search results.
The Enable/Disable events section from where Administrators can disable or enable activity log events.
The Log Viewer of a Super Admin in a WordPress multisite network installation with the Site selection drop down menu.
WP Activity Log is integrated with the built-in revision system of WordPress, thus allowing you to see what content changes users make on your WordPress posts, pages and custom post types. For more information read <a href="https://melapress.com/support/kb/wp-activity-log-how-keep-record-of-content-changes/?utm_source=wp+repo&utm_medium=repo+link&utm_campaign=wordpress_org&utm_content=wsal">Keep Record of All WordPress Content Changes</a>
Mirror the WordPress activity log to an external solution such as Syslog or Papertrail to centralize logging, ensure logs are always available and cannot be tampered with in the unfortunate case of a hack attack.

About WP Activity Log

FAQ

No, the free version does not limit the data the plugin collects. The preium version adds additional features such as extensive log filtering options, external database/log management service integration, user session management, and much more.

You can keep the log data for as long as you want to, with no limits whatsoever placed on data retention. You can keep the log data forever if you want to.

No, the plugin does not send any log data to us whatsoever. The only data we recieve is license data from the premium edition of the plugin.

We update the plugin fairly regularly to ensure the plugin continues to run in tip-top shape while adding new features from time to time.

WP Activity Log will not slow down your website. Each release is tested before release to ensure it works in the best way possible. Having said that, you need to make sure your WordPress web server has adequate resources to manage the load of your website.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

You can keep the log data for as long as you want to, with no limits whatsoever placed on data retention. You can keep the log data forever if you want to.

No, the plugin does not send any log data to us whatsoever. The only data we recieve is license data from the premium edition of the plugin.

We update the plugin fairly regularly to ensure the plugin continues to run in tip-top shape while adding new features from time to time.

WP Activity Log will not slow down your website. Each release is tested before release to ensure it works in the best way possible. Having said that, you need to make sure your WordPress web server has adequate resources to manage the load of your website.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

No, the plugin does not send any log data to us whatsoever. The only data we recieve is license data from the premium edition of the plugin.

We update the plugin fairly regularly to ensure the plugin continues to run in tip-top shape while adding new features from time to time.

WP Activity Log will not slow down your website. Each release is tested before release to ensure it works in the best way possible. Having said that, you need to make sure your WordPress web server has adequate resources to manage the load of your website.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

We update the plugin fairly regularly to ensure the plugin continues to run in tip-top shape while adding new features from time to time.

WP Activity Log will not slow down your website. Each release is tested before release to ensure it works in the best way possible. Having said that, you need to make sure your WordPress web server has adequate resources to manage the load of your website.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

WP Activity Log will not slow down your website. Each release is tested before release to ensure it works in the best way possible. Having said that, you need to make sure your WordPress web server has adequate resources to manage the load of your website.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

Please refer to our support pages for all the technical and product documentation.

Changelog

5.0.0 (2024-05-22)

The below event IDs are to keep log of changes in the Advanced Custom Field (ACF) plugin activity:
* Event ID 10000 – A post type was created
* Event ID 10001 – A post type was activated/deactivated
* Event ID 10002 – A post type was renamed
* Event ID 10003 – A post-type singular name was renamed
* Event ID 10004 – A post-type key was modified
* Event ID 10005 – A post types Taxonomies was modified
* Event ID 10007 – A post type was moved to trash
* Event ID 10008 – A post type was restored from trash
* Event ID 10010 – A Taxonomy was created
* Event ID 10011 – A Taxonomy was activated / deactivated
* Event ID 10012 – A Taxonomy was renamed
* Event ID 10013 – A Taxonomy singular label was renamed
* Event ID 10014 – A Taxonomy key was modified
* Event ID 10015 – A Taxonomies post type was modified
* Event ID 10017 – A Taxonomy was moved to trash
* Event ID 10018 – A Taxonomy was restored from trash
* Event ID 10019 – A Taxonomy was deleted
* Event ID 10020 – A Taxonomy term was created
* Event ID 10021 – A Taxonomy term was renamed
* Event ID 10022 – A Taxonomy term was deleted
* Event ID 10023 – A Taxonomy terms slug was modified
* Event ID 10024 – A posts taxonomy terms were modified

Also in this update, we have added a number of event IDs to keep a log of changes in the WP 2FA plugin and changes in the users’ 2FA setup:
* Event ID 7800 – WP 2FA Enforcement policy updated
* Event ID 7801 – WP 2FA enforcement policies have been disabled
* Event ID 7802 – WP 2FA enforcement list was modified
* Event ID 7803 – WP 2FA exclusion list was modified
* Event ID 7804 – WP 2FA Enforcement policy updated
* Event ID 7805 – WP 2FA Trusted device was enabled / disabled
* Event ID 7806 – WP 2FA trusted device remember length modified
* Event ID 7807 – WP 2FA require password resets on unblock was enabled / disabled
* Event ID 7808 – A user configured 2FA
* Event ID 7809 – A WP 2FA user policy was enabled / disabled a method
* Event ID 7810 – A user removed the 2FA setup
* Event ID 7811 – A user has been locked for not configuring 2FA
* Event ID 7812 – A blocked user has been unblocked

Refer to the complete plugin changelog for more detailed information about what was new, improved and fixed in previous version updates of WP Activity Log.