I use this plugin a lot and purchased the full version with all add-ons, which was necessary for me, as I tend to move sites around from host to host.
However, it’s not the easiest plugin to use and the interface can be a bit of a struggle at times, certainly if you’re not used to it.
Infuriatingly though, it’s the developer’s own web site and support that lets it down.
Updraft Plus is not cheap, yet after purchase, you have so many support credits, after which time you have to pay – but try navigating the developer’s site to get that support.
Just when you’ve found it, you discover that you need the original purchase information, so have to go off looking for that too.
For this reason, if I were looking for a backup plugin right now, I would probably look elsewhere.
It’s still a good plugin though and does what it claims, pity that the most useful things have to come at a premium though.
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