Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features previously only available to WordPress.com users.
This plugin has got some good reviews but it's not working for me.
After installing the jetpack 2.5 and then the jetpack 1.5, all I get to see is the jetpack dashboard which I cant see the option for activating the jetpack mobile theme.
Delete this plugin, my website goes more faster!
So unreliable. For most of this year (2013), Jetpack has not updated properly, leaving me to have to upload files manually. It also deactivates itself upon updating, which meant on one blog which I don’t update as often, I’m now missing two months’ worth of stats (which was the only reason I got Jetpack). I find Jetpack deeply frustrating and buggy, and really cannot see the point of it. WordPress would have done better to have left well enough alone with the previous statistics set-up. In fact, Jetpack has been the one plug-in that has made me consider other blogging platforms.
JetPack does not permit Comments to be posted when running with certain Themes. Use with care. I had to deactivate the plugin if I wanted users to comment on posts.
Yes, I too had to remove this plugin because of the incredible load that it put on my sites. I enjoyed the features and everything worked very well, it's just that my visitors didn't like sitting and waiting for pages to finish loading. Resource Hog.
Excellent plugin with amazing features which we miss now.
We had to remove it due to slowing down our sites. We had it running on multiple installations, same results, hogs the memory and runs high processes.
This plugin has lots of features which you can turn on/off and configure.
Therein lies the problem. Because it has so many modules (features) it contains lots of bugs.
If you ever have a problem with your WordPress.org blog this should be the FIRST plugin that you deactivate to see if it is the problem.
I don't use all the features but it does contain Vaultpress backups (not free), a Contact form, Custom CSS makes updating the theme's css a breeze and Facebook publishing works fairly well (sometimes it doesn't publish to fb and one has to reconnect it).
All in all I recommend it but with a warning that it conflicts frequently with other plugins. Automattic has continued to improve upon it and perhaps someday it will become a quality plugin or be integrated into the WordPress core files.
Good in some ways, terrible in stats and support. Here's my interaction with "Support" regarding setting statistics so "administrators" (me!) won't be counted in my website visits/clicks.
Me - "Forgive me if I missed it, but it is hard to believe there is not an option to exclude my own visits (or admin visits, at least) from my site's stats in Jetpack. Please either show me how to do so or add the function. Others have discussed this with you and requested it for years now."
"Logged in users are excluded from Jetpack Stats by default, and you can change your stats settings by clicking on "Configure" under the Stats module in the Jetpack menu.
Please get in touch again if you need any help."
"With all due respect, you didn't read my email correctly. I do not want to exclude logged in users. I want to exclude my visits. Only my visits. Hard to believe Jetpack can't do this yet. Please rectify that while I look for a plug in that will do it."
After reading a lot of HYPE regarding Jetpack, I am not very impressed. I had to resort to installing Dion Hulse's Core Control plug-in to disable the cURL just so I could connect to the WordPress.com site. I was getting errors regarding a none existent SSL Certificate.
The second major issue being with comment posts, it would be nice if it was a little more informative. Letting a person know that certain theme functions or hooks it relies upon exist or not. There was no direction information in the set-up which clearly expressed the theme requirement for this component.
The Social Networks for log-in are rather small and limited, without nice admin interface to control the order they are displayed in.
The facebook widget for the side panel was rather frustrating as well. It would break the display of additional widgets below or following it. I changed my themes around to test this behavior and sure enough, was broken on all of them I tested. I don't know what the cause of this problem was, don't care right now. I gave up messing around with JetPack. I've grown tired of having to hack so many other people's bad right now that it's not funny.
This plugin alone is responsible for more +28% of my page loading time = slowing down pagespeed considerably!
(And I even use very few of the functions available.)
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