Understanding Data Collection in the Umbrella PHP Error Monitoring Feature

When activated, the error monitoring feature of the Umbrella plugin systematically captures and logs PHP errors generated by WordPress themes and plugins. This document provides an overview of the types of data collected by this feature.

Data Collection Scope

Types of Data Collected

  • PHP Version;
  • WordPress Version;
  • Error Details: Captures the PHP error message, the file name, line number, and the PHP code segment where the error occurred.
  • Plugin or Theme Version: Logs the version of the plugin or theme involved in the error for tracking purposes.
  • Backtrace PHP: Documents the PHP execution path to trace the origin and context of the error.

Purpose of Collecting Data

The PHP error monitoring feature collects data to ensure software compatibility, swiftly identify errors, and check for version-related issues with themes or plugins. It also provides a detailed analysis path to pinpoint the root causes of errors, streamlining the troubleshooting process.

This targeted data collection is key to maintaining a smooth and efficient WordPress site. You can find our article on how to handle PHP errors for more information.

Privacy and Data Handling

  • No Personal Data Collection: The feature does not any collect personal information such as domain names, email addresses, IP addresses, or API keys.
  • Data Usage: Collected data is used exclusively for error monitoring within the user's WordPress installation.
  • Third-Party Sharing: Data is not shared with or accessed by third parties.


The PHP error monitoring feature within the Umbrella plugin is a critical tool for developers and site administrators to maintain the health of a WordPress site. It provides valuable data for resolving PHP errors efficiently while adhering to strict privacy standards.

For further assistance or queries regarding this feature, please reach out to our support team.

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