Admin Logger

Compatible With: Community 2.0, 2.1, 2.2

Tech Specifications

Current Version:
Stable Build
04 November, 2018
Extensions, Reporting & Analytics
License Type:
GNU General Public License 3.0 (GPL-3.0)


Track all backend actions performed by store administrators. View a detailed history log and search by date, action, value, admin user and more. Perform pinpointed manual rollbacks and quicker more accurate debugging for your developers!

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The Admin logger extension is used to create an admin action log for pages which each admin account has visited and can track admin actions they perform, For example: what values have been entered, changing user information, creating or updating an existing product etc.
A backend actions log serves as a powerful tool for debugging and rolling back specific changes manually, rather than restoring your site based on a backup, and risk losing desired updates in the process.



  • General grid to track The Admin's actions – Display a General overall view of all Admin users’ actions performed in the Admin backend actions log
  • Detailed view for each action – See detailed information for each specific Admin action, done by each different site Admin.
  • Advanced filtering of The Admin's actions – Filter Admin actions log by date, IP, username, action, changed value (like the text in CMS block) or even browser type.
  • Manually or automatically delete logs – Store managers can delete the logs manually by selecting the logs they want to delete, or set a time for deleting logs automatically (to not overload the database). They can decide for how many days history logs need to be kept for.


Release Notes

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  • Compatible with CE: 2.0 2.1 2.2
  • Stability: Stable Build
  • Description:

    Admin Logger Extension Release 19th November 2017


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