We are happy to announce that the latest upgrade to ManageWP brings support to automatic backups to external FTP, Amazon S3 and Dropbox.
We have revamped the whole backup system to make it easier to use with multiple websites.
In a recent presentation called “State of the Word”, WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg has pointed out some interesting facts that we also feel important for the future of ManageWP.
When you log into your ManageWP Dashboard you will see a new interface which is based on the WordPress 3.2.
There are two big changes to notice. Widgets are now re-arrangeable on the dashboard and you can also enable/disable any widget.
Today we had a minor update, including support for latest WordPress feature – partial uploads. We also fixed upgrades when the site is using an international version of WordPress.
We have found a bug that would cause multiple backup files to be created if there is no ‘zip’ command available on the server The backup files will add in size with each backup which can cause storage space problems.
Today we are introducing a wealth of new features including the support for sub-users. A sub-user in your account will have limited access to your selected websites and are suitable if you have writers or other blog staff and you do not want to give them full control.
We just released another update to ManageWP with several new features.
You asked for it and we listened, the Google Analytics integration is now a part of ManageWP.
We have created a ManageWP Message Board as a place to chat and discuss ManageWP topics.
All registered users are automatically registered with the forum and can immediately start posting.
If it is your first post to the forum you can introduce your self in the introductory thread.