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  • garylum

    (@garylum)

    I came here looking for the same answer. Multisite, yes or no?

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by garylum.
    Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    @sirotwo @garylum not yet. What is your use case? How are you currently using multisite?

    The other part of the issue is that making this multisite-compatible may require an extensive amount of work, so, even if I do it, it won’t likely be part of the current free version. Are you willing to pay for a premium version with multisite-compatibility?

    Thread Starter Opeyemi Timothy

    (@sirotwo)

    Nice plugin you’ve put out for free, I’ve not tested it. But I’m sure it’ll be great cos the experts say it is. Many thanks to you.

    Use cases: Just as one will normally use it on a stand-alone site. To me multisite is just the way to go for businesses that want to run several small websites.

    If you want to create a pro version of it, that will be good for you. Your pricing will determine if I will purchase. Consider I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t hear “It’s free”.

    Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    @sirotwo thank you for your explanation. Noted for now. I’ll keep multisite-compatibility in mind, as several users have asked for it already.

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