Wisdom 1.3.0 release notes

Bug fixes, updates and two important new features

Wisdom 1.3.0 has just been released. It contains a couple of bug fixes, one significant update and two significant new features:

Track plugin options

Previous versions of Wisdom required your plugin to be using the WordPress Settings API if you wanted to track what options were being enabled by your plugin users. In 1.3.0, you can send back data from any option from wp_options provided the data is saved in a $key=>$value array.

Export to CSV

Now you can do some serious analysis by exporting all your data to a CSV file for use in your favourite spreadsheet.

Mailchimp deactivation lists

The Mailchimp integration from the previous version has been expanded now so that you can choose to automatically unsubscribe users from lists if they deactivate your plugin. Even better, you can also subscribe users who deactivate your plugin to a separate list. Combine this with Mailchimp automation to trigger emails automatically to any users who stop using your plugin.

What’s next?

In the next release, the focus is going to be on improving methods of communicating with your users. Send emails direct from your site when users activate or deactivate. I’ll also be looking at scheduling emails based on time or other criteria after a user activates your plugin.

Got any features you want to see included? Contact me directly or leave a comment below.


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2 thoughts on “Wisdom 1.3.0 release notes

So that means it can be used for redux framework as well? Right?

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Hi Ahmed – yes, provided Redux saves settings as an option in the wp_options table.

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