Often, after updating the plug-ins, the theme or WordPress itself, something breaks down, and the reasons for this are not always obvious. In order to find out when and what changes were made on the site, and a free plug-in was created WordPress Changelog :

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I think it’s worth to list the features of the plug-in. WordPress Changelog can track:

  • installing plugins and themes
  • activation of plugins and themes
  • update of plug-ins and themes
  • deactivation of plugins and themes
  • removing plugins and themes
  • Translation Updates
  • WordPress update

There are no difficulties in installing and configuring the plug-in. Immediately after the activation, the plugin starts writing a log of changes on the site.

To view the change history, go to the menu: Tools → WordPress Changelog.

For convenience, a filter has been added, now you can filter by type of changes:

In the near future it is planned to add:

  • tracking the reinstallation of WordPress
  • uploading data in CSV format
  • track by users who conducted actions


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