We are happy to announce the new version of the Reports Add-on. In this new version of the add-on for WP Security Audit Log plugin, you can configure the plugin to automatically send you a summary report of changes that took place on your WordPress and WordPress multisite. Let’s take a more detailed look into the new automated reports.
Receive WordPress Reports Automatically via Email
Even though you can use the Reports Add-on to create WordPress user activity report, you do not have time to manually generate the reports. Therefore in this new version we introduced new functionality that allows you to specify what type of activity you would like to be alerted about on a weekly or monthly basis. Some examples follow:
Automated Report for Failed WordPress Logins
For example with the configuration shown in the above screenshot, the recipient firstname.lastname@example.org will receive a HTML report with a list of all failed logins for the last week.
Automated WordPress Report for New Published Content
When you enable the option Send me a list of content that was published you will receive an email with a list of all posts, pages and custom post types that were published during the previous week or month, depending on what you configured. Using the example configuration in the screenshot above, the recipient email@example.com will receive a CSV report with a list of all the published content on the site LocalDotCom (multisite environment) during the last month.
This option is useful for those who have third party authors contributing to their website. Rather than having to manually look through all of their work to pay them, you can rely on the automatically generated reports.
Configure Multiple Recipients for Automated Reports
You can also configure the automated reports to be sent via email to multiple recipients. To do so simply specify all of the email addresses in the Specify Recepient(s) section and separate the email addresses using a comma.