Email Notifications for the WordPress Activity Log
It is impractical to devote hours poring over your WordPress activity log. Configure email notifications to be instantly alerted of important activity on your WordPress or multisite network without having to login to your website.
The Earlier You Are Notified, The Better
If an attacker is trying to break into your website, or users are doing something they shouldn’t, or you simply want to be alerted when something specific happens, it is important to be alerted at the earliest possible so you can address the issue without letting it impact your business and website.
Setup Email Notifications with a Click!
Set up the first email notifications within just seconds through the wizard that guides you through the process. The plugin also has a number of predefined notifications, so it only takes a click to enable them.
Some typical email notifications WordPress administrators like to setup are:
- Users log in at an unusual time of the day
- Users login from an unusual location
- Too many failed logins (a sign of a brute force attack)
- Too many 404 errors (a sign of an automated scan)
- A specific website page or post has changes,
- A plugin or theme was installed, activated or update,
- User logs in for the first time,
- Product stock is running low.
Configure Notifications for Any Type of Change
If you need to setup a notification for a more complex change you can use the intuitive trigger builder. Multiple criteria can be grouped together using operands, allowing you to build even the most complex of triggers. For example you want to be notified when a user with a particular role logs in from a different IP address outside office hours.
Configurable Email Templates
All the email notification templates are configurable. Use the built-in HTML editor and the available variables to personalize the email message for every different notification you have.