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Every day, Magento 2 users spend many hours working on the backend to manage their business. With tons of actions created by the admins in the backend, it’s challenging to note or keep track of all performances in details manually. Hence, every Magento 2 store owner should have a tool on their websites, which tracks and logs admin activities to check quickly. In Magento 2 Enterprise Edition, there is a function called Admin Action Log helping you do this work. Unfortunately, this feature is not available for the Community Edition, so you need to customize or install a plug-in to get the Admin Action Log function.
Admin Action Log for Magento 2 extension developed by BSSCommerce overrides the limitation of Magento 2 Community by recording all administrators’ activities in the backend. The admin can recheck each action conveniently and even revert some specific configurations to the original one if there are any mistakes.
Choose To Log Actions Related To Specific Objects
If you don’t want to follow some unnecessary actions, you can select which object is tracked and which is not. This configuration also helps you optimize your database without confusing information.
Record Every Activity Of The Admin Into A Grid
After picking objects to track actions, you can easily check the logged action with general information in the grid named “Action Logs Grid.” The grid displays details about action names, types of action, the time they took place, who did that, the object and specific object that the action belongs to, and the action result. You can also quickly filter out the activities by the column in the Action Log Grid, so you’ll get performance reports and conveniently take a look at necessary actions.
Show The Details Of Each Admin Action On A Page
You can press the “View” link which is correlative with each action in the Admin Action Log grid to be navigated to its detailed log page. In this page, you will get all information about the modification such as action name, the old value, and the new value of this activity.
Check Admin Login Attempts On Another Grid
There is a Login Action Grid for you to know who logged in to your backend along with the information of account, user name, IP address, agent, and status of the login user. Hence, you will immediately realize what is the extraordinary access to timely have a solution to protect your site from hacking.
Track Page Visit History Of Each Admin Session
This module allows you to follow the admin performance in each session by checking the page visit history. The Page Visit History grid shows information of all worked sessions and the Page Visit Details page of each session presents the visited pages, link URL, and the stay duration of the admin on each page.
- Revert actions taken place in the System Configuration
- Show the active sessions
- Automatically delete all action logs after the duration time set in the module config
- Enable the Admin Action Log extension for specific admins via User Roles settings
Follow All Actions On Your Store Admin Panel
By using Admin Action Log for Magento 2 extension, it isn’t difficult to check the workflow of admins and find out the unreasonable actions to timely fix them. This module also helps you to manage your backend better and better as well as reduce much time and efforts on manual works.
Keep Your Site Secure
As mentioned above, you can timely recognize a stranger who is trying access your backend site if you keep tracking the login attempts. Then, you can perform more solutions to avoid harms and improve website security.
Technical SpecificationsBack to top
Magento platform compatibility
Open Source (CE): 2.0, 2.1, 2.2
22 August, 2019
Extensions, Site Optimization
Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Edge, IE
Quality ReportBack to top
All tests were conducted on the latest versions of Magento that existed for the compatible release lines at the moment of the extension submission. Latest versions of all other software were used, as applicable.
Release NotesBack to top
- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.0 2.1 2.2
- Stability: Stable Build
v1.0.1: Fix Bug with caching event load function
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