• jredmond1

    (@jredmond1)


    Absolutely fantastic, “out of the box” does exactly what is states it will. Interface is very intuitive. Thank you, Thank you, Jim R

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  • I first used MainWP to one-click-solve a few security issues. I didn’t know I could do that with the plugin, but well took the occasion !
    Now, I mostly use it to look at what plugins I have on what websites and be able to install/uninstall quickly.
    It’s really free and it’s really helpful. There are many other things you can do with it and I am sure they work fine too because it is top-quality.

    Perfect tool for anyone maintaining more then a couple of WP sites. Stressfree and easy to use, on one site you are notified which plugins on which site needs updating, update with one click – plugins and main WP software. Never again be surprised when someone hacks your WP site because of an old plugin.

    Highly recommended!

    Over the years we’ve used various different applications, methods and strategies to keep track of both core and plugin updates. Having everything in just one place, sitting nicely in the mainWP dashboard, keeps things clear and simple. Also, being able to add sites to different categories helps to streamline our maintenance. We have development, staging and live sites all in separate groups, so we can update all our dev or staging sites and run checks before we update live sites. Just perfect.

    We run MainWP on a local server environment and it works a treat, connecting with sites live on the web and locally without issue.

    If you’ve not tried it yet, download it and give it a whirl.

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