Announcing the activity log extension for TablePress

Featured image *Activity Logs for TablePress*

We’re excited to announce the release of the activity log extension for TablePress, a plugin for WordPress websites to create tables. This new addition to the WP Activity Log family allows plugin users to log TablePress activity, providing even more comprehensive insights into what is happening on their WordPress website.

TablePress is an extremely popular WordPress plugin that allows WordPress administrators to create tables. It offers a ton of flexibility and is easy to use.

When installing the WP Activity Log TablePress extension, you will be able to monitor:

  • Table creation and deletion
  • Table imports and duplications
  • Table modification
  • Changes in table IDs and options
  • Addition and deletion of rows and columns
  • Changes in tables’ cells

For the complete list of event IDs and all the changes, WP Activity Log can keep a log of refer to the list of activity log event IDs for WordPress.

Getting started with WP Activity Log TablePress extension

Installing the TablePress extension is very easy and straightforward. All you need to do is:

  • Install WP Activity Log
  • From the plugin menu, click on Enable/Disable Events
  • Click the Third-Party plugins tab
  • Locate Extension for TablePress and click Install Extension

The extension is also available on the official WordPress plugins repository.

Keep a log of changes to TablePress and your WordPress website

WP Activity Log can log a wide range of user and system activities, giving you unprecedented insight into everything that goes on your WordPress website. The plugin includes many customization and control options for better security, accountability, and peace of mind.

Install WP Activity Log now for a better WordPress management experience.

Keep tabs of users & other activity on your WordPress site

Ensure user accountability, ease troubleshooting, get instantly notified of critical changes, generate user activity reports, & improve the security posture of your WordPress website.

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