Also, it can help you restore database overhead and speed up database operations. The plugin supports WordPress multisite, and it has few tools designed for the Network administration.
Powerful Database Cleanup for WordPress
Cleanup will be more effective if done after several months of normal database use. For example cleanup on www.dev4press.com website, cleanup was done 6 months after the previous cleanup. Plugin saved amazing 2/3 of the database space, and database from 192MB was scaled down to 63MB. That is 129MB of junk and unneeded data. The full test is available here.
Quick cleanup: one click full cleanup
Main plugin panel shows quick cleanup tool with an overview of active tools, found records for removal and estimated size to be recovered. Quick cleanup uses all cleanup tools. If you want to review everything before cleanup, open Cleanup panel for list of all available tools.
Cleanup Tools: 19 in version 4.7
Smart Cleanup Tools contains 21 cleanup tools that can remove most of the obsolete or orphaned data in the WordPress database. You can see estimated records that each tool will remove. You can also disable each tool from the plugin Settings panel.
List of cleanup tools
Remove WooCommerce sessions in options table (v4.5)
Remove orphaned terms records (v3.2)
Remove oEmbed cached postmeta records (v3.1)
Remove orphaned relationships records (v3.0)
Remove expired transient records (also in multisite mode) (v2.5)
Remove auto-draft posts records
Remove trashed posts records
Remove spammed posts records
Remove published posts revisions records
Remove orphaned posts revisions records
Remove trashed comments records
Remove spammed comments records
Remove orphaned postmeta records
Remove orphaned comment meta records
Remove orphaned comments records
Remove RSS feeds cache
Remove empty user meta records
Remove transient records (also in multisite mode)
Remove database overhead (also in multisite mode)