Stalkfish – Activity Monitoring and Logging

Description

Stalkfish is a no setup plugin that will monitor and log all user activity, without bloating your database. All user activity is stored on Stalfish server, and can be accessed via the Stalkfish dashboard without compromising your site privacy.

Unlike alternative plugins, Stalkfish does not require any configuration, and is compatible with most recent WordPress versions. We provide a dedicated monitoring system for your site, and a dashboard to view and manage activity for all your WordPress sites, in once place.

Why use an activity monitoring and logging plugin?

Don’t you hate it when you have no clue when something on your site changed, and you have no idea why? Stalkfish helps you keep track of all your site activity, and you can see what’s going on in a single place. This helps you locate when a particular action was performed on your site.

Benefits of Stalkfish

  • Track user activity: Stalkfish will monitor all user activity on your site, and log it to Stalkfish server with contextual data that will help you locate what has changed.
  • Share event data: Easily creating public links that can be shared with others. You may set a range of expiry dates for the link, and the link will be automatically deleted after the expiry date.
  • Get alerts for important events: Create contextual alerts and get notified when something specific happens on your site.
  • Unlimited sites: Stalkfish gives you unlimited sites to monitor in a decent dedicated dashboard.

Get Started with Stalkfish

Stalkfish is a SaaS product, and we offer a free plan for personal use. You can record upto 500 events per month for free, ideal if you’re trying the plugin or using it on small sites and still feel secure.

What events are tracked?

  • Posts
  • Pages
  • Custom Post Types
  • Taxomonies
  • Comments
  • Users
  • Media
  • Settings
  • Plugins
  • Themes
  • Widgets
  • Editor (both Classic and block editor)
  • Media Library
  • WordPress Core Updates
  • Multisite

That’s not it! We’re working around the clock to improve your experience and add more useful activity logging.

Privacy

Stalkfish is a SaaS (software as a service) connector plugin that uses a custom API to log all user activity. We only store event data on Stalkfish server which do not include any sensitive data, and we do not share your data with anyone. We do record user’s IP who performs an activity to give you a better insight of action’s origin. Respecting your privacy is our top-most priority.

Screenshots

  • Sites Dashboard screen
  • Site events screen
  • Configurable alerts screen

Installation

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New
  2. Search for “Stalkfish”
  3. Install and Activate Stalkfish from your Plugins page
  4. Click on Stalkfish in the “Settings” menu item, to setup plugin and start logging.

FAQ

Thank you for being an early adopter of Stalkfish! If you find any is’sues, please reach out by visiting the ’support forum to ask any questions or file feature requests.

What ’support is provided?

Limited free ’support is provided through the WordPress.org ’support forums. Paying customers can get priority ’support from their Stalkfish account.

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Contributors & Developers

“Stalkfish – Activity Monitoring and Logging” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.2

  • Fixes an error due to a multi-dimensional array in request data
  • Update translation .pot file

1.0.1

  • Add ActionScheduler lib for request background processing
  • Add option to select immediate/async event logging at Settings
  • Add Excludes filter tab at Settings
  • Add actionable links in event data
  • Improve custom CPT events to show better insights
  • Improve “Send Sample Data” button at Settings
  • Improve event required data by adding a fallback filter
  • Fix user logout action message
  • Removes duplicate values from auth events
  • Remove blank values from comments meta
  • Drop admin session_tokens event from log

1.0.0

  • Initial release