We’re happy to announce update 1.1.0 of the Activity Log for Yoast SEO.
In this update we have increased the coverage of the changes that can be done in plugin settings and also the multisite network plugin settings.
Let’s dive right in to see what’s improved in the Activity Log extension for Yoast SEO.
Improved activity log coverage
The main highlight in this update is the improved activity log coverage. This means that the plugin now keeps a log of many other changes that previously it did not. Here is the list of the new activity log event IDs the plugin is using:
- ID 8841: Added / changed / removed a search engine webmaster tools verification code.
New event IDs for multisite networks:
- ID 8838: Changed the setting of who should have access to the Yoast SEO plugin settings on a multisite network.
- ID 8839: Changed the setting from where new sites on the multisite network should inherit the SEO settings.
- ID 8840: User has reset the SEO settings of a site on the multisite network to default.
- ID 8842: Disabled a plugin feature at multisite network level.
- ID 8843: Allowed site administrators to toggle a plugin feature on or off at site level on a multisite network.
Refer to the complete list of activity log event IDs for more information on which WordPress and Yoast SEO plugin changes can WP Activity Log keep a log of.
For more information on activity log for third party plugins check out our activity log extensions page.
Update now to benefit from the extensive activity log coverage for Yoast SEO
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