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Does EE stores all frontend login actions somewhere?

Checking in Control Panel > Tools > Logs > Control Panel I can see it lists all users that have logged into the CP but not the ones logged in using {exp:member:login_form} or {exp:zoo_visitor:login_form}.

I was thinking of creating an extension that logs all new sessions in a separate table but though it was worth asking here just in case is there an easier way.

Cheers, Al

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Control Panel Logs is existed not just to show logged users but logged all critical activities(not only login) in CP. EE keeps this records in _cp_log table.

For front-end is not such functions from the box.

But you can try module called Audit Pro

Audit tracks:

Member Logins, including Control Panel & front-end

Member Logouts, including Control Panel & front-end

New Entries, including Safecracker

Updates to Entries, via the Publish screen or multiple entries via the >Edit screen, including Safecracker

Deleting Entries

New Members

Deleting Members

Editing of Members

Changing Templates (editing a template, not its preferences)

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  • Great, thanks Max! Audit Pro works like a treat for this specific needs – Alberto Sep 14 '15 at 5:37

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