UPDATEAfter much ado and gnashing of teeth, I was able to get some help from one of their support people (Rao) who helped me get what we paid for. Whatever you do, DON'T buy the addons for different Admin panels using the same user account when you make the purchase or you'll be faced with what happened with me.
I really thought we had found a great solution to managing our various WordPress website networks from a single location, and then we made the monumental mistake of purchasing their addons that allow you to do FTP backups to remote servers and oversee security scans using Wordfence. Paid $69 and got the Wordfence addon for our first network, and then paid $118 for the Backup addon and the Wordfence addon for our 2nd network, only to find out that their system is set up to arbitrarily delete any purchased addons from any of your other Admin Panels if you happen to have purchased them through the same user acct. Instead of remedying this they have avoided us, and repetitiously keep saying we can't install their addons with our single username acct, but they refuse to offer a solution and instead choose to bilk us out of the $69 we paid for on the first addon.
Hi! I noticed the lack of an interesting feature you could easily add:
When you go to Manage > "Plugins & Themes" and search for a keyword, the results should also show the plugin/theme version found in every site, so you can be aware of it in a better fashion.
It happens that for any given reasons (compatibility, custom code, budget...), you may need to keep a plugin outdated in several sites, or even if you choose to hide from the updates list, you still will find useful to search for it and have a look of what versions are in place.
If you can retrieve the name of a plugin when searching, I bet you also can retrieve its version number ;)
I hope you can take this into consideration.
Works as it says on the tin. Addons are a bit pricy - but if you have more than a handful of sites to manage they will pay for themselves in a short time.
For me the most useful ones are scheduled backups of all my sites straight into Dropbox, and being able to do one click updates of themes and plugins in all my sites. Clone/Install WP on a new site is great, as is the ability to have a list of favourite plugins I can auto-add to my sites...
If they'd add capability to backup to Box.com, copy.com etc I'd make it a 5*star review
- unlimited website
- works like a charm
- hide updates you don't want to update
- requires advanced server options/config (safe mode off, adjustable time limit) so not suitable for all shared hosts. And is it 100% secure ?
- limited functions you have to pay to extend (but it is normal after all)
Better for me than ManageWP, which is expensive and doesn't work all the time
Makes it much easier to manage the few sites I have. Returns errors if too many processes are set in queue, otherwise saves time.
Although the plugin has it's quirks, in general it's a time saver. Big time!
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