Simple History

Simple History shows recent changes made within your website, directly on your dashboard or on a separate page.

The plugin works as a log/history/audit log/version history of the most important events that occur within our WordPress platform.

Out of the box, Simple History has support for:

  • Posts and pages
    see who added, updated or deleted a post or page
  • Attachments
    see who added, updated or deleted an attachment
  • Taxonomies (Custom taxonomies, categories, tags)
    see who added, updated or deleted an taxonomy
  • Comments
    see who edited, approved or removed a comment
  • Widgets
    get info when someone adds, updates or removes a widget in a sidebar
  • Plugins
    activation and deactivation
  • User profiles
    info about added, updated or removed users
  • User logins
    see when a user login & logout. Also see when a user fails to login (good way to catch brute-force login attempts).
  • Failed user logins
    see when someone has tried to log in, but failed. The log will then include ip address of the possible hacker.
  • Menu edits
  • Option screens
    view details about changes made in the differnt settings sections of WordPress. Things like changes to the site title and the permalink structure will be logged.
  • Privacy page
    when a privacy page is created or set to a new page.
  • Data Export
    see when a privacy data export request is added and when this request is approved by the user, downloaded by an admin, or emailed to the user.
  • User Data Erasure Requests
    see when a user privacy data export request is added and when this request is approved by the user and when the user data is removed.

Questions or suggestions? Contact: networksupport@artsopolis.com

Updated on June 11, 2019

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