We are excited to publish today’s update, which includes the latest news on many new features.
Support For More Premium Plugins & Themes
We now support more premium plugins and themes through the native WordPress updater. Premium plugin and theme authors who wish to integrate support with ManageWP can do so using our API.
Users can now get an email notification confirming when a backup has succeeded or failed. The new option is located in the Notification screen. Please note that you will need to edit and re-save your existing backup tasks for it to work.
Worker Plugin Branding
This new feature will be especially appealing to web development companies. You can now edit the ManageWP Worker plugin name and description, so that your clients can identify it as being approved by you.
We have changed the way in which groups are handled. You can now select the currently active group both on top of the dashboard and on the top of the websites widget. The new Manage Groups screen (accessed through the little gear icon next to group selector in the Websites widget) allows you to quickly rearrange your groups.
Custom wp-admin Path Support
Users who have wp-admin in a custom location can now use this option (available in Site Options) to specify its location, so that they can use the ManageWP auto login feature.
Better Multisite Support
ManageWP worker can now be network-activated, and you only need to add your main site – ManageWP will add all other sites automatically. This is still experimental – your feedback will be very useful to us.
Various changes and Bug fixes
- Support for WordPress 3.3
- Amazon S3 backups support for mixed case bucket names
- Bulk Add Links has additional options
- Option to set the number of items for Google Analytics
- ManageWP backup folder changed to wp-content/managewp/backups
- Better backup error reporting
- Fixed: Auto login to sites
- Fixed: Backup bugs
- Fixed: Manage users bugs