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  • Anonymous User 18700194

    (@anonymized-18700194)

    Hi @ralphgl

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Not all features in Jetpack work on Multisite installations. However, it can be installed at the network level or on each individual site. Many modules work the same as they would on a single-site installation. If you have questions about multisite support, please post a new thread so that we can provide more information.

    Regarding GDPR compliance, we have several resources on the Jetpack and the GDPR:

    * https://jetpack.com/support/privacy/#gdpr
    * https://jetpack.com/2018/05/25/jetpack-gdpr/
    * https://jetpack.com/support/extra-sidebar-widgets/cookies-consent-banner/

    If you are experiencing a specific issue related to the GDPR, please consider posting a new issue on the forums so that we can look into it.

    Lastly, there is no requirement that you purchase a commercial plan. You are welcome to use Jetpack’s free plan. You can see a comparison of the different plans here:

    https://jetpack.com/features/comparison/

    Thread Starter RalphGL

    (@ralphgl)

    I have not found any useful feature in the free plan for WordPress Multisite Installations, i have installed it for a simple backup solution – but this does not work.

    Plugin Support MadHatter (a11n)

    (@madhattersez)

    Hello,

    You are correct – There are currently no features meant solely for multisites, and you do require one of our paid plans in order to use our backup and restore features.

    Thread Starter RalphGL

    (@ralphgl)

    I think it would be fair and would also reduce dissatisfaction with the plugin if the plugin website clearly communicated which features are free and which are only available to paying users.

    As far as the GDPR is concerned, my goal is not to make any snooping software legally secure by an explicit consent of the site visitor, but the goal is data economy. If there are no important reasons to collect data and submit it to Automattic, Google, Facebook or anything else, it should be omitted.

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