Support » Plugin: Jetpack by WordPress.com » Subscription Delivery frequency

  • For some reasons my site isn’t allowing users to change the Delivery frequency of the Jetpack subscription. It used to have this, and now when you’re logged in at the manage subscriptions page it doesn’t have the post/daily/weekly option that it used to have. Is there something that I did or is this a glitch? I don’t see where it can be changed on my end, I’m using jetpack 2.02

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jetpack/

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  • Any thoughts? This is what my subscription page looks like. Im subscribed to jetpack and my own websites jetpack subscription. The jetpack one has the options, mine doesn’t
    http://i50.tinypic.com/2sbvb42.png

    I am having the same problem. Any update on this problem?

    [Wait until someone responds on your thread http://wordpress.org/support/topic/jetpack-subscription-management-dailyweekly-email-notices?replies=1 ]

    Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Jetpack subscriptions currently do not have the ability to be delivered on a timed basis. Only WordPress.com blogs offer this option so far. We’re working on it though, and we’ll let you know as soon as this feature is available.

    @jeremy looking forward to that feature also it should include options for popular posts or most comments

    Should there not be an option for selecting daily or weekly delivery frequency in the jetpack version?

    Some of my subscribers seem to get the posts right away, and other don’t – why is that?

    Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Some of my subscribers seem to get the posts right away, and other don’t – why is that?

    You can change your global delivery settings to receive daily or weekly digests, but this global delivery setting applies to all your subscriptions. We’re working on allowing you to set a specific delivery setting per blog.

    Great, great tool. Please confirm or correct my understanding.

    The global option sounds good, but I am only finding a working global-scheduling option if I am signed up. Is it correct to deduce that a subscriber must sign up to have global scheduling options?

    From there, it appears that if someone uses the subscribe widget, the data does not find or reference the signed-up account. Instead, the subscribe widget creates a separate account (with only placebo scheduling options). In this instance, will the subscriber receive per-post emails regardless of their global options in their signed-up account? Or does the signed-up account eventually override the settings displayed when someone uses the subscribe widget?

    Based on this thread I am planning to add this text to my confirmation needed email: “If you are not signed-up at WordPress.com, you will receive one email per article. To receive all your emails only weekly or monthly, sign up, go to “Reader”, enter the URL http://furryfriendsvetclinic.nwsltr.info, and click delivery settings.”

    While the authors are working on the next great feature set, I think it would be very helpful to include such language on the settings screen for people who are not signed-up.

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