This monthly product update is a bit special: I am delighted to introduce you to WP Umbrella 2.0..! 🤩🤩🤩
TLDR: We tweaked the plugin that has become a connector. You can hide it or customize it with your branding. You can also bulk update WordPress core on all your websites in just one click. We also automated cache clearing after updates. Finally, we improved WP Umbrella’s interface and rebuilt the notifications center.
This is our monthly wrap up and a lot has changed recently on WP Umbrella’s.
Before deep diving into the new features of March, let’s start with the cool meme of the month ✌️
Since you are installing WP Umbrella on your client’s sites, we thought it would be nice to display your branding rather than our umbrella!
This is now possible!
You can hide it in just one click directly from your account.
But you can also replace everything to make it reflect your branding, like in this screenshot.
You can now automatically keep your cache clear and up-to-date after plugin updates. No more manual cache clearing – WP Umbrella will take care of it for you!
At the moment, this feature is only available to people using WP Rocket, or one of these WordPress managed hosting providers:
We know that keeping your WordPress installation up to date is important, but it can be a pain to have to update it manually every time a new version is released.
With our new Bulk Update feature, you can rest assured that your WordPress installation is always up to date, without having to lift a finger.
To use the Bulk Update feature, simply head to the Bulk Action tab in your WP Umbrella dashboard, select the websites you want to update, and click on bulk update.
4. New Interface and Notification Centres
We have slightly improved our interface and notification center to make everything more readable.
We have started to fully reboot the maintenance report feature.
The maintenance report will become fully customizable, white label and automated.
This should help you to prove the value and quality of your works to your existing clients!
This past year has been a unique one for us.
The company behind WP Umbrella was officially founded in July 2021, but it wasn’t until 2022 that our CTO, Thomas, and I left our jobs to fully dedicate ourselves to WP Umbrella. As CEO, I feel it’s important for WP Umbrella’s users to know the full story behind our company, which is why I wanted to share this retrospective with you.
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