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Activity Log Manager received activity and usage sorting
Activity Log Manager is an application useful for blacklisting apps to be logged by Zeitgeist and deleting the logged history, basically a GUI for logged events.
Starting with Ubuntu 12.04, Activity Log Manager gained its own default place in System Settings under
System-->Privacy, from where users can delete the stored recently used files (the past hour, the past week, all, etc), set a specific file type or application as free from logging.
Activity Log Manager has been updated to another version, making possible sorting applications by activity (in the sense of its amount of usage) and last used (chronological categorization) in a fancy dialog.
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