As my wordpress network grew I found it challenging to track which plugins were used on which sites as the only way to check was to visit each dashboard one at a time. What a hassle!
This plugin adds a column to your network admin to show which sites have each plugin active (on the plugin page), and which plugins are active on each site (on the sites page). Now you can easily determine which plugins are used on your network sites and which can be safely removed.
Now available in Spanish! (Many thanks to Maria Ramos of WebHostingHub for the translation)
También en Español! (Muchas gracias a Maria Ramos de WebHostingHub para la traducción)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Will this plugin work with my single-site wordpress installation?
- No, the columns are only added in the network admin dashboard. There is no change on the normal site dashboards so there is nothing to see on a single-site installation.
- Can I use this plugin as an Must-Use plugin?
- Yes! Just copy the network-plugin-auditor.php file to your mu-plugins folder. Be aware that you will not receive automatic notices of updates if you choose to install the plugin this way.
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Found a bug? We want to hear about it! Visit our Support form to send us a note or check out the Network Plugin Auditor forum on WordPress.org