Usage Tracking

We are committed to making our products better every day and it isn’t possible without the help of our users like you. 

By allowing to collect non-personal information about your website and server configuration, you can help us understand different possibilities and test our products better. 

We thank you in advance for enabling this option 🙂

What Exactly Do We Track? 

We will anonymously track the following parameters – 

  • List of active plugins
  • Active theme
  • Products by Brainstorm Force
  • The version of Curl SSL
  • Version of Curl
  • URL of the Website
  • If site is using external object cache?
  • Is GD extension available?
  • BSF Updater Version
  • Is Imagik Extension available
  • If a website is WordPress Multisite installation
  • Whether SSL certificate is installed
  • If the wp-content directory is writable?
  • The MYSQL version
  • The PHP ini setting – php_max_execution_time
  • The PHP ini setting – php_max_input_vars
  • The PHP ini setting – php_memory_limit
  • The PHP ini setting – php_os
  • The PHP ini setting – php_post_max_size
  • The php_version
  • The server software
  • WordPress Language
  • Timezone set in WordPress
  • Whether wp_debug is enabled
  • Whether wp_debug_display is enabled
  • The version of WordPress installed
  • If the xmlreader exists
  • If zip_installed is enabled
  • Is script_debug enabled?

By collecting this non-personal information, we develop better, more compatible software and serve our customers better.

How to Enable/Disable Usage Tracking? 

You will see an admin notice that will allow you to enable usage tracking.

Analytics Admin Notice

You can manually allow tracking anytime from Settings > General > Usage Tracking. Tick the checkbox and save the changes. In case you wish to disable it, you can hit the same checkbox.

BSF Analytics - General Settings

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