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This is a little something that’ll help you see activity across a multisite. It adds a column to the admin view that shows the posts/pages count for each site. I found this plugin that got me the foundation for adding the column and then was able to just use the switch_blog function to get me a count of published posts and pages. Do note that it doesn’t count drafts.1 This column in conjunction with the already existing last updated column should give you a good idea when a site has been abandoned or was never really started. We could get fancier down the road and do some sort of math to take the last updated date, published posts/pages counts, and any other stuff we want and build a score to rate the likelihood that the site is abandoned. 1 I feel like I have more drafts than posts on this site so maybe I need to reconsider that.