I am having an issue with Jetpack's subscription widget. It seems that it does not work. No email notifications have been sent upon publishing new articles and I cannot figure out why is that. Can you give me a hint how to fix it?
Use your plugin on all my wordpress blogs. Thanks!
My favorite thing about this is that it has the stats and also the css editor. I hate that the mobile looks so bad. :/ That's really the only bad thing about Jetpack, BUT you can turn it off which makes it somewhat better.
I'm glad this plugin automatically comes with your wordpress site.
Provides a good use case, but the performance is not the best yet.
The stats it provides has been very useful for my blog.
My website is running this plugin and it works great! [Link redacted]
I rely on this plugin more than any other.
I can no longer live without this plugin. It has so many features that if I did not use it I would be hunting around for dozens of other plugins. It's clean, neat and powerful. Highly recommended for integrating stats viewing, publicizing and more.
Jetpack is a plug-in developed by WordPress.com. It adds many features to our site and we’ve found it really useful as an all-in-one plug-in. Of course, not everything we want to accomplish with our site is possible or the best through Jetpack, but we find it pretty useful regardless. We’re using the options Carousel and Tiled Galleries gives us to enhance our photo galleries; they look so much better with Jetpack than with the default WordPress options. We activated a “likes” feature that allows other WordPress users to show their appreciation for our content, plus a “related posts” feature that adds similar content from our site under any given post.
We’re also using the Publicize feature as a way to generate share buttons that look clean - it also has the capability to automatically share things to linked social profiles when posts were published, but when we tested this capability, the options for how to customize the content shared in posts were limited. The link generated by this Publicize feature for Twitter was a wp.me link, which we disliked, and the featured image for the story wouldn’t show up in the Facebook post.
Using the extra widgets option, we included a Facebook feed in our footer as well. We think this adds a social media component to the site and it’s very useful, though for some reason, the widget title is a bit cut off on our site. It could be a problem with our theme though.
Moving forward, we might also want to explore additional features of Jetpack on our site, such as the ability to add a widget showing recent tweets. There are also options for making it easy for users to sign up for email alerts when we post new content, or for setting up notifications for ourselves when users comment on the site. Though the Publicize feature could use some refinement, we are extremely pleased with the wide range of features offered through Jetpack and feel that it has enhanced our site greatly.
This is a very "big" Plugin with a lot of features. But if you only need a simple funktion (part) of it you have to install the whole Plugin
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