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I've stopped using Jetpack. Too many plugins are needlessly tied into the Jetpack authentication. If the connection between our server and Jetpack drops, all our Jetpack features will be disabled during that time, and might not even come back up by the time the connection is restored, because sometimes we need to re-authenticate.
Do not appreciate this sort of lock-in. The majority of Jetpack's features should be completely independent of persistent authentication with WordPress.com.
A feature rich package with minimal complications, but with some caveats still.
This is a great plugin. It adds many more features to wordpress, such as Jetpack Comments, that allows users to login with facebook/twitter.
The one feature that is likely to be used the least in this package is WP LaTex. I really like this as am having used many a times in my applications.. This is a plugin that will format and allow you to put math equations into your posts. A great feature for me as I do financial freelance writing. It’s probably not something that most bloggers are using, but it’s there if you need it.
I like this plugin, but I've had a lot of issues with it. I use it on a multisite install, and the stats doesn't work properly on android. I keep getting the message that I'm not a member of this site, but I can view my stats on the dashboard via desktop.
It's got a lot of nice features, but most of them I do not need.
Plethora of good options
The Stats should not count visits from within the Admin area (WordPress Dashboard) or when pages are previewed.
Spam from comments and contact form should be removable in bulk as well as one at a time.
At first sight this is a great plugin with some awesome features. In some cases such modules based plugins (plugins in plugins) really make sense. In some cases, not on every site!
Issues I have with this plugin and also think these are general problems of Jetpack:
What frustrates me the most, is, that such a plugin was released by Automattic - the company behind WordPress! Nothing against Automattic, really, they do great work in and out of/for the WP community! --- But I would have expected a more standard compliant plugin in the way of the user interface and some other aspects. In the current state this plugin does not work as a role model for developers.
Jetpack is an excellent free plugin which all new WordPress users should consider installing.
2 things i would be aware of:
1. Subscriptions has no way to export your email subscribers or add more
2. Shortlinks won't work if you lose access to your WordPress.com account.
Note: Requires a WordPress.com account to work.
Only getting better.
I personally don't like "bloating" my sites with many different plugins if I don't have to, that's why I use Jetpack.
There are many great features and here are some of them:
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