The Plugin Browser v220.127.116.11 (April 28, 2020) in Plugins - Publishing ONLY! Posted July 28 · Report reply 2 hours ago, toe_head2001 said: That's not an accurate/reliable way to track plugin updates. There are plenty of reasons to edit a post besides uploading a new plugin version. For example, fixing broken links and images, fixing typos, ect. That is correct of course, and it's the reason I said "may have" above. It could serve as a flag to look at the post, since the process is manual. A diff from the previous version would make it easier to distinguish between an actual update and fix. Still not a good solution but it could work. A better approach would be to look for a distinctive pattern within the message body (Such as "~~version=18.104.22.168~~" for example) and let plugin authors know that if they include it and keep it updated, an automated system could track the versioning. The ones that want to take advantage of the feature will do it.