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  • Resolved Twanneman

    (@twanneman)


    Hi Scott,

    Are you still supporting this plugin? I’ve tested your plugin with v5.3.2 and it works fine.

    If you’re not supporting / updating the plugin anymore do you know any alternatives to your plugin?

    All the best

    Kind regards, Twan

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  • Plugin Author Scott Reilly

    (@coffee2code)

    WordPress & Plugin Developer

    @twanneman: Hi Twan,

    While it has been quite a while since the latest update to Allow Multiple Accounts, I am indeed still supporting the plugin. I’ve been working through updates for all of my plugins recently, so it’s taking awhile to get to all of them. This one wound up a bit at the back of the line partly because it has been so long and I have a fair bit I want to update about it.

    I appreciate your interest in the plugin and that you’ve tested it out with the latest version of WordPress and verified it works for you! Stay tuned in the coming weeks and I’ll get it fully up-to-date.

    Cheers!

    Hi @coffee2code

    If you’d like a hand updating this useful plugin then I’m more than happy to help out

    Dan

    Hi @coffee2code

    I’m having trouble allowing duplicate emails on wordpress last version.
    I tried your plugin but it seems it doesn’t work. Also I tried to make it works without plugin with no success.

    Anyone can help me?

    Thanks!!!

    Hello @coffee2code!

    I would also like to state my interest in this app. I am trying to use it on a multisite network running the most current version of WordPress. It is installed, activated and configured at the network level for all sites, however, when I go to one of the network sites and try to register a second user, it says the email is already taken.

    Should this be working on a multisite network as is, or is that not supported?

    Thanks so much for your plugin. If I can get it working it will do exactly what I need it to. Take care!

    Thanks for the update and the great plugin, @coffee2code !

    As an aside, I would love to see this plugin on GitHub for pull requests that allow for proactive updates & improvements supplied, tested, discussed, etc. via the community rather than putting it all on your shoulders (with you still having maintainer control over the WP.org svn for publishing official releases when ready while also having PR merge approval control over GitHub, of course.)

    If it already is on GitHub, I highly recommend giving it a mention in the plugin’s description so people know it exists with what’s shown when you view any details regarding the plugin. This helps build that community, as well as help reassure those that like to see a plugin supports community development when they haven’t chosen/installed the plugin yet (I personally like seeing that a plugin is on GitHub to help decide to use one.)

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