amr cron manager

Description

Overview of all cron jobs, showing whether the corresponding action is present. This is handy if you are struggling to write a plugin with a cron job. If there is no action created by the cron job plugin, nothing will happen – just delete the job.
Includes ability to delete comprehensively and reschedule the jobs.
Shows time in wordpress timezone, not utc time, so it is much easier to understand!

Screenshots

  • Overview in wordpress timezone
  • Debug tool - any missing actions are highlighted - cron job will do nothing if there is no action defined
  • Shows the arguments for the cron jobs - a cron job may do different things if different arguments are passed
  • Reschedule any cron task, for 'now' - remember to follow with a 'trigger the cron' - you will be able to see any debug text to the screen if no other page view has triggered the job after your reschedule and before you triggered it.

Installation

  1. Load like any other plugin, activate, then find it under ‘Tools’.

Reviews

June 18, 2019
I was having cron issues and this was the plugin that fixed it. It even tells you if the cron is missing or not. Great job - thank you for the excellent plugin.
February 28, 2017
An excellent plugin if you want to have a quick look at the WordPress cron queue. Easy reschedule, delete and even a mass delete of all active crons.
September 3, 2016
This simple plugin provides a clear overview of WP cron tasks. Great for troubleshooting. I would only activate it when I need it.
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Change log

Version 2.3

  • Cleaned up spacing a bit
  • Added timezone to the heading
  • released on wordpress.org

Version 2.2

  • Fix time anomaly. Cron Timeslots are in gmt time
  • Jobs with arguments that are arrays of numeric parameters were difficult to delete since the form passes them as string and wp uses a serialised md has to make a key for the deletion.
    Plugin now checks for numeric arguments and converts to int and tries again.
  • Help and explanations added.

Version 1.0

  • Began with all the various cron plugins out there. None addressed all requirements, so I rewrite the whole lot and made a compilation plugin of possible cron features.