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2016: Year in Review

Every year I find it super interesting to go back through an entire year’s worth of work to see what our team has accomplished, as you tend to forget some pretty big achievements as the year has gone on. It’s a great reminder of what you can get done in a year, along with seeing whether your longer term goals were realized or reinvented. 2016 saw a fair bit of Keep Reading…

October in Review – 2016

A bit late this month, but better late than never 🙂 Let’s take a look at our October month in review and which major development projects have been completed or are in progress. We’d wrapped our in-progress development from September, and we’ve got a lot of exciting work in the pipeline now! General Updates October was a lot of heads-down development on our plugins and Jilt app while we tried Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Social Login 2.0

We’re excited to share WooCommerce Social Login version 2.0 with you this week. This release doesn’t contain tons of new features, but it does have very significant changes to the plugin structure. Migrating to HybridAuth The biggest change in version 2.0 is that we’ve migrated to a new authentication library. This changes the way the plugin communicates with social networks to authenticate your customers and retrieve profile information. While you Keep Reading…

New Features for WooCommerce Authorize.Net AIM and CIM

We’ve got a few new features rolling out to WooCommerce Authorize.Net AIM and WooCommerce Authorize.Net CIM this week, keep an eye on our dashboard for updates! Mobile-Friendly Enhanced Payment Form Both Authorize.Net AIM and CIM have leveraged our enhanced payment form for some time to improve the checkout experience. The enhanced checkout form has long supported features like auto-formatted inputs and retina card type icons. While mobile checkouts have made Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Elavon 2.0: Tokenization, Refunds, & lots of Payments Tools

We’ve got several exciting updates coming to WooCommerce Elavon Converge to share with you, which should be available via your WooThemes dashboard by tomorrow! Version 2.0.0 refactors large parts of the plugin to make use of some common code we have for payment gateways, improving the plugin’s performance and reliability along with the addition of a new eCheck gateway. This also gives Elavon Converge some useful new features, such as Keep Reading…

September in Review

These months just keep rolling by us! Time for another monthly recap 🙂 Our August review mentioned some of the development updates we’ve got today, and we have some new projects in progress as well. General Updates I don’t have too many general updates to share this month, other than it’s been crazy and exciting with several releases on our end. We haven’t written too many blog tutorials since we’ve Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Customer / Order XML Export 2.0: New Export Filters, Better Performance

We’re excited to share another large plugin update with you today: The WooCommerce Customer / Order XML Export Suite has now been updated to version 2.0. This is a huge change that incorporates many of the new features we’d added to our CSV Export 4.0 release, and we know this will improve your workflows when exporting orders and customers to XML documents. Custom Format Builder While we’ve always had extensive Keep Reading…

August in Review 2016

We hinted at a couple major development projects at the end of our July in Review, and while a couple of those are wrapping up now, we have several other feature releases or rewrites to recap our August development schedule. General Updates We had a few tutorial blog posts over the past month that could help you with extensions or some general WooCommerce tweaks. Add Social Login Buttons to WooCommerce Keep Reading…

Add Social Login Buttons to WooCommerce Memberships

A question we’ve seen a few times in our support channels goes along these lines: “How can I add WooCommerce Social Login buttons to my restriction messages for WooCommerce Memberships? I want members to be able to use these buttons to log in easily as well.” This change makes it easy for members to use a social login button to log into your site with one or two clicks, rather Keep Reading…

July in Review

When we published our May in Review I talked about how it felt like the month just ended. This time they went by so fast I didn’t even realize June had ended; I’m sure many of you know that feeling! Here are some updates from the past couple months from our blog and development team. Lots of new stuff in progress, so check out that section 🙂 General Updates Despite Keep Reading…