Keep a log of changes your team does in WPForms
WPForms is an easy to use WordPress form builder plugin. It is one of the most popular forms plugin with more than 3,000,000 installations. It has a drag and drop form builder, a number of form templates, and is 100% responsive mobile friendly.
Forms created with WPForms allow your prospects to contact you, make a purchase, subscribe to a service, and do much more. Therefore it is vital to keep a log of the changes that you and your team do to website forms and the WPForms plugin. This eliminates guesswork when there are problems, and improves user accountability.
Start keeping a log of changes in the WPForms plugin forms and other objects with WP Security Audit Log.
Introducing WP Security Audit Log
WP Security Audit Log is the most comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin. It is very easy to use and is installed on more than 100,000 WordPress websites.
WP Security Audit Log is known for its broad coverage; it can keep a log of more than 400 different changes you and your users can do on a WordPress website, WordPress multisite networks, Yoast SEO, WooCommerce and also WPForms.
Getting started – activity logs for WPForms
To keep a log of changes in the WPForms plugin and its forms simply follow this two-step process:
- Install the WP Security Audit Log plugin
- Install the add-on for WPForms from the Enable/Disable Events > Third Party Plugins section.
What changes in WPForms can the plugin keep a log of?
WP Security Audit Log keeps a log whenever someone does any of the below changes (or similar) in WPForms:
- Adds a new form
- Modifies, duplicates, renames or deletes a form
- Adds a new field in a form
- Modifies, or deletes a field from a form
- Deletes an entry (lead)
- Adds, enables, modifies or disable notifications in forms
Refer to the activity logs event IDs for WPForms for a complete list of the changes the plugin can keep a log of.