• Hello, love your plugin! 🙂

    Would you consider adding WordPress MU compatibility?
    So that we could use the same short domain for any site/subdomain in the network and make sure we didn’t already use an url in one of the sites?

    Thank you!

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  • Plugin Author Mike L

    (@mikeatkaizencoders)

    Hi,

    Glad to hear that you like this plugin. Please leave us your review in the review section.

    Regarding multisite, can you please let us know what exactly you would like to achieve?

    Thread Starter Duke

    (@dukessa)

    As mentioned, we would like to use the plugin at a network level.
    So being able to use the plugin on any of the MU site, with a dashboard at network level, where we can see/track/edit/manage/add the short urls created in any of the sites, on a single page.

    Upon short url creation for a content, on one of the network sites, the plugin would have to check that the short url hasn’t been used before on another site of the network.

    Eg. on site aaa.site.com we use sho.rt/a, so if we try to use sho.rt/a on site bbb.site.com a notice should say “short url already used, please make a different one”.
    Otherwise we risk to use the same short url for multiple content, in different sites of the MU network.

    Plugin Author Mike L

    (@mikeatkaizencoders)

    Hi,

    Got it!

    We will check and will be incorporated in one of the upcoming releases of the plugin.

    Thread Starter Duke

    (@dukessa)

    Thank you! 🙂

    Plugin Author Mike L

    (@mikeatkaizencoders)

    BTW, if you like the plugin & support, leave us a review in the review section

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