You Can Now Share Logtivity Error Logs
At the end of 2022, we launched hosted error logs for WordPress sites. If something goes wrong on your WordPress site, you can use this new feature to quickly find and understand the problem.
However, sometimes the people who help you understand the problem are not part of your Logtivity account. You may need to send an error message to a plugin or theme developer. Or perhaps you’re working with a contract developer. Or maybe you just want to share an error on social media.
All of that is now possible with Logtivity. You can create public links for any entry in your site’s error logs.
Take a look at this screenshot below which highlights a problem with the Yoast SEO plugin. You can click the “Public Link” button to share this error report.
Logtivity will show you a modal window. You can chose to set a password here. If you do enter a password, you will need to share that along with the link.
Click “Create Public Link” to move on.
You will now share your new public link. You can share this link to anyone outside of Logtivity. And when you’re finished, you can click “Remove Public Link” to make the error private again.
People who visit your public links will be able to see all the necessary details to help fix the error. They can see the full stack trace, as shown in this screenshot. If you want to see a demo, click this link and check out a real error report.
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