We’re excited to announce the launch of WP Activity Log 4.2.1. Even though this release is not packed with lots of new features, it is still a very important maintenance update. It includes a lot of under the hood changes.
This post explains what is new and improved in this update of the most comprehensive activity log plugin for WordPress.
Improved activity log coverage
We aim to improve the activity log coverage with every plugin update. In this update we have included these two new events:
- ID 6045: User changed the site language
- ID 4029: Admin initiated a user password reset
Refer to the complete list of activity log event IDs for more information on what changes can WP Activity Log keep a log of.
Preparing for update 4.3
The most important improvements in this update are the ways the event IDs are defined in the plugin and how each event and its metadata is processed.
This preliminary work was needed, so the plugin has better support for syslog, PaperTrail, Slack and many other integrations with third party services that will be featured in the upcoming release 4.3 of the WP Activity Log.
As expected version 4.3 will introduce lots of new features and additional improvements, so make sure to stay tuned.
For a complete detailed list of all that is new, improved and fixed in this update refer to the plugin changelog.
Update now for a better WP Activity Log
This release paves the way for version 4.3, in which we’ll introduce lots of new features & major improvements. That’s why, we highly recommend you to update your installation of the WP Activity Log plugin, and to also benefit from the significant performance enhancements.