The long-awaited WP Activity Log 4.4.0 update is here (and it’s a big one)

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Over the past few months, the WP White Security team has been hard at work developing the next update of WP Activity Log. After several weeks of testing and customer feedback, we are proud to release it to the public.

The most significant change in version 4.4.0 is the reports module. Completely re-written from the ground up, it features performance and usability improvements while introducing several new features to increase report benefits.

Release highlights

Of course, the reports module is not the only thing to look forward to when installing version 4.4.0. Here are some of the release highlights being included in this version:

  • New reports for WordPress and features
  • New events
  • See users’ activity from the user page at the click of a button
  • New extension for TablePress
  • New database schema
  • See the number of logged-in users per role in the Logged In Users section

What’s included in the new reports module?

Before we take a deeper look into the changes included in this module, we want to take a moment to thank our customers. You have been an invaluable part of the process, providing us with valuable feedback. While we honestly wish we could have taken all feedback onboard, this, unfortunately, is not possible. Either way, we thank you for your support and commitment – you rock!

We have added a plethora of new report selections, giving you even more control over reports while using fewer filters. Reports can now also be generated in JSON format alongside HTML and CSV. On the other hand, statistics reports, can be generated as HMTL, CSV, or PDF.

Other new features in the reporting module include a fresh new UI, the ability to set the time at which reports are sent, white labeling options, and many more.

What else is included with the update?

While the new reporting module is the biggest change in the update, it is not the only one. We have added new events, database schema change, text and layout improvements, code optimizations, and much more.

For a full list of updates, improvements, and bug fixes, refer to the changelog, where we list everything that has changed in the new version.

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