Logtivity Records Changes to WordPress and Plugin Settings

The most frequent users of Logtivity are WordPress agencies and maintenance services, so we listen really carefully to feedback from agencies.

Over the last few weeks we’ve been talking with agencies who want to record changes to WordPress and also plugin settings.

One agency wanted to monitor changes to WordPress permalinks because an issue had caused one site to crash. Another agency wanted to monitor changes to WooCommerce options because a mistaken change had impacted the checkout on a site. We’ve heard similar requests regarding LearnDash, WPRocket and other plugins.

Continue reading

There’s a New “White Label Mode” in Logtivity

The most frequent users of Logtivity are WordPress agencies and maintenance services who want to keep an eye on lots of websites.

Agencies and maintenance services often white label the services they use, and so we’ve made this possible for Logtivity also.

There’s a “White Label Mode” in Logtivity, so you can provide the smoothest experience possible for clients.

Continue reading

Logtivity Now Records WordPress Post Meta

Last month, we were talking with a Logtivity user who runs a webdesign agency. The most frequent users of Logtivity are WordPress agencies and maintenance services so listen really carefully to their needs.

This user’s agency wanted an activity log to help deal with clients. Mistakes happen and sometimes clients can mess up their own sites. The problem is that mistakes can often take the agency many hours to fix it. If the agency can’t show the mistake was made by the client, they have to eat the cost.

Continue reading

Logtivity Has Better Support for Taxonomy Term and Status Changes

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working on some improvements to the Logtivity SaaS platform and central. These improvements include Global Alerts, support for development sites, quickly connecting multiple sites, and more.

This week, we went back to the main activity log and added support for new types of logs. With the release of Logtivity 1.13, you’ll see more accurate logs for taxonomy and status changes.

Continue reading

Logtivity Now Has Global Alerts for All Your WordPress Sites

One of the major benefits of Logtivity is that it can track ALL your WordPress sites. This is a big advantage over normal WordPress plugins that must be configured and monitored site-by-site. Logtivity offers you the ability to easily monitor all your sites from a single dashboard.

A great example of this is the new “Global Alerts” feature.

Continue reading

Logtivity Now Supports Staging and Development Sites

Logtivity allows you to monitor all the important events on all your WordPress sites.

For example, it can be incredibly helpful to get notifications for new Administrator logins or new published posts.

However, you don’t always need to get those same notifications on your staging and development sites. You don’t want your site’s logs to contain events that happened during testing.

To solve this problem, version 1.11.1 of the Logtivity plugin is available now. This release makes it much easier to work with copies of your site.

Continue reading

You Can Now See Logtivity Activity Logs Inside WordPress

We have some great improvements planned for Logtivity users in 2022, and we’re excited to release this first one at the beginning of January: Logtivity now integrates with the WordPress admin area.

All the logs are still stored in our app, but you can now also view and search your logs from inside your WordPress site.

Continue reading

Logtivity Now Integrates With Formidable Forms

Logtivity helps you monitor every important event on your WordPress sites. And for many sites, nothing is more important than contact form entries. These entries can be business leads, payments, or important user feedback.

We’re pleased to say Logtivity now integrates with the Formidable Forms plugin, so you can record all your form entries. Formidable Forms is one of the most popular form plugins in WordPress, with over 300,000 active users.

We asked Logtivity users, “What plugins do you want deeply integrated with Logtivity?”, and Formidable Forms was one of the most popular answers. So read on and I’ll show you how to use Logtivity to track your Formidable Forms activity.

Continue reading

Your Logtivity Charts Now Have Advanced Date Ranges

Logtivity is a WordPress activity log with a big difference. Not only can you track all the activity on your site, but with Logtivity you can also turn that information into beautiful and useful charts.

Displaying your data in charts gives you a helpful and organized overview of your site’s key metrics. You can use these charts to show logins, purchases, subscriptions, cancellations, downloads, or any other key events. If it happens on your WordPress site, Logtivity can turn it into a bar chart or a line chart.

We’re happy to say you can now customise the date range for charts. Your charts are updated with advanced date ranges, so you can zoom in to view any time period.

This video shows the new date ranges in action:

Continue reading

Logitivity 1.7 Has Support for Software Licensing from Easy Digital Downloads

Logtivity is a new service that helps you understand exactly what’s happening on your WordPress site.

Understanding your site’s activity is crucial for eCommerce users. You want to know everything, including who paid, who downloaded your files, who upgraded their subscription, and more.

Logtivity 1.7 is available today and it has support for the Software Licensing extension from Easy Digital Downloads.

Logtivity 1.6 introduced support for the Easy Digital Downloads core, plus the Recurring Payments extension. Today’s release is another big step forward. If you sell WordPress plugins or themes, there is a very good chance that you use the Software Licensing extension. It is a cornerstone of the WordPress economy.

Software Licensing provides a powerful license key system that developers use to track usage of their software. For example, on PublishPress.com, we use Software Licensing to provide “One Site”, “Five Sites”, and “Unlimited Site” options. If someone chooses the “One Site” option, their license key provides them with updates and support for a single site.

Continue reading

  • 1
  • 2