- When uploading a ZIP migration file, there was a bug that would prevent the form from completing when the URL wasn’t valid or was left missing. If you want to leave that field empty now, you can go on right ahead and do that. We never liked that field anyway.
- Sometimes the new site creation form wouldn’t let you choose the person who rightfully owned it. Rude! We put it in its place to put a smile on your face. 😀
- If a site was owned by an organization, the members of the organization wouldn’t get alerts about pending/completed WordPress upgrades for their sites. That could #disrupt your #synergy. Now, you’ll all be on the same page going forward.
- When entering card details on the new payment method screen, we would just show a generic error if the card info was wrong. We now try to specify what is incorrect (CVV, expiration date, etc.), in a very constructive criticism sort of way.
- If a person was a member of an organization, there was a bug in the layout of the affiliate page that could prevent them from seeing the affiliate status/payouts for that organization. That’s now fixed. Please carry on making stacks on stacks.
- A bug in how our servers reported the available memory for a plugin would cause plugins like WooCommerce to think they were running out of memory. Your plugins are beautiful just the way they are, so we fixed some code to make sure that doesn’t happen anymore.
- If a person had multiple plans that were scheduled to undergo maintenance, we would send them an email for each individual plan. We hate email as much as you do, so we now consolidate those alerts into one email that lists all the plans scheduled for maintenance. Just helping you get one teeny tiny step closer to achieving Inbox Zero.