Cron Lister

Cron Lister

Compatible With: Community 2.1, 2.2

Tech Specifications

Current Version:
Stable Build
14 December, 2017
Extensions, Reporting & Analytics
License Type:
GNU General Public License 3.0 (GPL-3.0)


It is a Magneto 2 module that lists all the crons available in a Magento 2 store.


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Lists all the configured crons in your Magento store. It displays that data in a simple grid format with Method, Schedule, and Job name information. This module comes to use when the admin of a website wants to check all the crons that are present in his Magento store. It is a Magento admin cron tool. Magento admins now do not need the help of developers to get the information on the configurerd cron jobs in their Magento store. All that Magento admins have to do is to go to Voicyou menu. Under Voicyou Menu there is a Cron Listing sub menu. Click on the Cron Listing sub menu. Admins can see all the configured cron jobs in the simple grid format.



Keep track of all your cron jobs:

As a Magento admin now you can keep track of all the cron jobs that are configured in your store in a very simple grid format that will display the real time track of the cron jobs.


Automatic Update:  

As soon as a new cron job gets added to your store, it reflects in this module. It is a real time module.


Dependent Module:

This module depends on voicyou/menuoptions module which creates the menu option in the backend for this module. This module is available for free with this module. When you install voicyou/cron module through composer voicyou/menuoption module will be automatically be installed.


Steps to use this module:

  • Go to magento backend and click the Voicyou menu

  • Click on the Cron Listing Sub menu

  • You can see all the configured crons in your Magento 2 store.

Release Notes

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

    First Version Of Voicyou Cron Lister.


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