How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress with Simple History

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In this video I’ll show you how to monitor user activity in WordPress with simple history plugin. If you are running a multi author site, these
steps will help you keep track of what’s going on with your site. First, install and activate Simple History
plugin. Then lets go to settings–>simple history to configure it. Here you can choose how to see the changes you can either see it directly on the dashboard, as a page under the dashboard menu. You can even use an RSS feed. You can clear out the log anytime here, or you can just
let the default 60 days remove it. By default you can see activity for
login, logout, wrong password, post or page editing, somebody uploaded media, plugin, widget, or
user profile changes and many more. You can go to the plugin page on to see the full list You can even add your own events to the plugin
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