Keep Track of Deleted Joomla Extensions and WordPress Plugins

Published by Steve Burge on

Here at Watchful, our goal is to save you time and money (as much as $650 per year on every site).

As much as possible, Watchful will do things automatically for you. Use Watchful and we’ll automatically create backups, plus update your extensions and plugins.

Plus if anything important happens on your site, we’ll notify you automatically:

  • Security: Our Early Warning Audit scans your site every three hours and let’s you know of any issues.
  • Site changes: If your SSL expires, your URL changes or anything else happens, we’ll be in touch.
  • Uptime monitoring: You relax, we’ll keep on top of things and will contact you if there’s any downtime

We’ve just released a new feature: tracking deleted Joomla extensions and WordPress plugins. If anything is removed from your site, we’ll send you an email and add a record to your site logs.

This image shows the site logs after Akeeba Backup has been removed. You can see that all six extensions in the Akeeba package have been recorded separately.

Notifications for deleted Joomla extensions.

Here’s another image for WordPress. You can see that Contact Form 7 has been removed from this site:

Notifications for deleted WordPress plugins

We’re off to a fast start with new features in 2020! If you check your Watchful dashboard carefully, you’ll find more new features that we haven’t officially announced yet!

Stay tuned in 2020 for a lot more useful tools to help you run your web design agency!

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