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  1. Cathy
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    Thanks for the review. I need a cover-my-ass log for maintenance clients’ sites. I use blogvault and they have a basic one in beta. But not nearly detailed enough. This sounds ideal.

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  2. Steve Burge
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    Many thanks indeed featuring Logtivity on the Tavern, Justin.

    We read your initial post which was a great prompt to reach out to you:

    Announce Your Plugin to the World, Shout It From the Rooftop

    If you’re reading this and are launching a project, please reach out to the Tavern team, you won’t regret it.

    If you’re interested in Logtivity, please click “Contact” on that site and chat with us.

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  3. Weston Ruter
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    An alternative activity logging plugin which I use is Stream. It’s free and it has 60K+ active installs on WordPress.org. It’s been around since 2013.

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    • Steve Burge
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      Thanks Weston. Yes, Stream is really solid. I’m not sure if I remember this right, but I recall that at one point Stream also tried to solve the same problem we’re tackling, which is off-loading the logs.

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  4. Ralph Morris
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    Many thanks for testing out and reviewing Logtivity, Justin.

    We really appreciate your helpful feedback and helping us get the word out at this early stage.

    As Steve said, if anyone is interested in Logtivity we’d love to hear from you!

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  5. Chris McCoy
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    i have been using wp activity log premium, but im always up for a change for the better.

    ill have to look over this one

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