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All-in-One WP Migration

All-in-One WP Migration is the only tool that you will ever need to migrate a WordPress site.

37 reviews
Average Rating
4.7 out of 5 stars
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I don't even know if it works.
By , for WP 4.3

They make you review the plugin before you can even see if it actually worked or not. Doesn't make much sense, does it?

Does Nothing... No Clue As To Why
By , for WP 4.3

Exported an 87.4MB file, and upon importing... absolutely no data imported, but no error messages or other indication that it had failed. At a loss; looking for other options.

Doesn't work
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Can't export to file and all other options cost 80$

Hidden Cost!
By , for WP 4.2.4

After you spend an hour installing the plugin and running the backup if your file is larger than 512 Mb be prepared to pay a hidden hefty price of $60!

This is what I got after wasting my time with this plugin....

The file that you are trying to import is over the maximum upload file size limit of 512 MB. You can remove this restriction by purchasing our Unlimited Extension.

Worst app
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This doesnt work. Waste of time

Does not work
By , for WP 4.2.2

It had to be fast migration, but it ended like a total diaster. Data migration was OK, but after the migration I can't access wp-admin. The screen is just blank. I'll have to do my migration manually.

Does Not Work with Back Up from 2014
By , for WP 4.2.2

Does Not Work with Back Up from 2014 so it is useless for me.

A total disaster !!
By , for WP 4.2.2

this incredible plugin erase ALL the tables in the databae, so if there is other blog or website they are with no more post or pages or content !!

Amazing the nightmare this plugin create !

Export file gives a 404 error.
By , for WP 3.9.6

Export file gives a 404 error.

The only other options I have involve purchasing the extension for FTP, Dropbox, etc.

Is garbage
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It made me waste SO MUCH TIME, if you import a 500MB file and then it throws a permission error guess what? YOU HAVE TO UPLOAD IT AGAIN after you fix the permission error, is the most retarded behavior I could think of. In most parts of the world people has slow internet connections so this is just dumb.

Also, why does it have an artificial 512 MB limit? This feels like those kind of freemium games, where you have to pay to delete fake limits, "You want to upload 100mb more? Use your magic gems! Don't have gems? Buy them cheaply!". It is screwed up.

BTW this is clearly made by design from the very beginning, otherwise they would use a standard packing such as .zip instead of their own format (.wpress?, wtf)

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