How to Install and Configure When Last login in WordPress

By on April 18th, 2022

Did you ever face difficulties knowing who last logged in to your WordPress account? Here is a pretty solution for you. The last login plugin is a WordPress plugin that helps you find the previous logged user’s date and time. It shows you a user list and specific dates of their login.

Moreover, it adds extra custom columns to your user lists. You can short each user by the date of their login. The last login is also available in more than 13+ languages like English, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian.

You need to install it on your WordPress account dashboard and activate it to show you results. The General setting will allow you to record the user’s IP Address when they last logged into your WordPress website and Enable All Login Records with a checkbox.

It makes a list of login history when you enable the login records. This plugin has some additional tools like Clear Old Logs, Clear All Logs, and Clear All IP Address which perform a task according to its name. 

It offers you a variety of free and premium add-ons to extend the functionality. Additionally, A paid membership adds extra columns to sort the list of last login users. It is an easy and excellent choice to find members who had the last login to a WordPress account without configuring the site manually.

Everything is defined step by step below from installation to use.

How to install When Last Login in WordPress

Step 1: Log in to your WordPress account with administrator username and password.

Step 2: Click on the plugins tab that is available on the left side of the page, when you click to the plugins tab, you will see a list of available plugins on your site, just like the following image.

Step 3: Now, Find and click on the Add New button. You can find it in sub-options in the left sidebar and also beside the title of the page, Just like the following image.

Step 4: After that, the page will redirect to add new plugin page. On that page, there is a Search Box on the right side of the top corner. Type “WHEN LAST LOGIN” in the search box. 

You will see some similar results in the search results.

Step 5: Then, find choose the correct plugin (WHEN LAST LOGIN) from the search results. Now, click on the Install Now Button that is available on the top-right corner of the card.

Step 6: Wait for some time until the plugin is installed. The installation speed depends on the resources available on your server as well as it’s network speed. When Installation is complete, the Install Now Button will turn into the Activate Button. Now click on the Activate button.

Step 7: When Activate Process is done, a new page will open on your screen, you can see a notification bar pop on your screen. This will show you that your plugin is now Active.

How to use When last login in WordPress

Step 1: Login to your WordPress account dashboard.

Step 2: After Login to the When Last Login in WordPress click on the When Last Login Icon tab available on the left side of the tab.

Step 3 – Setting Page: After Clicking To the Icon tab of When the Last Login your setting page will open on your screen.

The name of your Settings page is WHEN LAST LOGIN as you can see in the below image.

Step 4 – Setting Tabs: You will get two settings tabs in this section first is General, and the second is Add-ons.

  • General:- This setting you will set the Options and Tools.
  • Add-ons:- This setting will help you to put free ads or paid ads.

Step 5: Now, Click on the first General Tab in this you will get Options like Record user’s IP Address and Enable All Login Records with checkbox as you can see in the below image. 

Step 6: Record user’s IP Address:-  In this, you will get all the information like list of Users with their IP Addresses.

Enable All Login Records:-  This option will help you to give the authority to records all the login Records.

Step 7: Now, come to the next Option, that is Tools Options 

  • Clear Old Logs:- In this Tool options you will be available to clear your old logs by clicking on the Run Now that is on the blue color button.
  • Clear All Logs:-  This Tool option will help you to clear all logs by clicking on the blue color button of Run Now.
  • Clear All IP Address:- In this Tool option, you can clear your IP Address list by clicking on the Blue color button of Run Now.

After, that click on the save settings button that is on the blue color button at the downside of the page as shown in image 7.

Step 8: Next option is Add-ons left side to General tab.

Step 9: After clicking on the Add-ons button the new page will open on your screen.

In this you will get some Free Add-ons and Premium Add-ons go according, to below image.

Step 10: Now, click on the Users tab that is available on the left-side on the plugin tab.

Step 11 – User’s List: After you click on the User’s plugins tab, a new tab will open on your screen where you can find your created file as you can see in the below image.

On this open page, you will get some Tools and buttons like,

  • Add New 
  • Actions Button
  • Change Button
  • Search Bar

And you will see the following columns in the table:-

  • Username:- In the Username option you can see the Login Person username, For example (TEST).
  • Name:- Here you can see the person’s name which was used in this file, For example (PINAL CHAUHAN).
  • Email:- In this you will get the email id of the person’s like (jsmith@example.com)
  • Role:- here you see the role of registered person’s like (Administrator, Manager, Peon, Accountant, etc).
  • Last Login:- Here you can see the Login Details of when you have come last online.

Step 12: see the below image, there is one option available that is Last Login options.

Here you can find the Login details of the registered person. So, This is how you can keep track of everyone’s last log in to your WordPress site. It is a very handy and lightweight plugin that helps you check who is active and who is not. If you have any questions regarding this plugin, Please let us know in the comment section given below. We are happy to help!

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