Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin provides you a variety of useful modules but sometimes website owners don’t want them all. Earlier we have discussed about keeping all or individual modules deactivated by default.
And today in this lesson you will learn how to remove all unnecessary modules from your website to keep a less confusing admin environ.
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When using Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin, whenever any new module is introduced, it gets automatically enabled on your WordPress installation and in-case of WordPress multisite network, all websites experiences the same issue.
In this lesson you will learn about keeping all Jetpack modules deactivated by default.
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Sometimes, when you just want to use a specific module from Jetpack without going through the hassle of connecting Jetpack to your WordPress.com user account.
In this lesson you will learn how you can use official Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin features without having to connect it with WordPress.com.
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Now you can set auto reply message on your Jetpack Contact form. Popular WordPress.com plugin Jetpack provides you a contact form generator module which adds a contact form generator button on the top of visual editor on every post and post type edit screen. Continue reading Send Automatic Replies To Your Jetpack Contact Forms In WordPress
Centralized Site Management is the new module of Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin. It lets you manage multiple WordPress sites and keep plugins up-to-date from one single dashboard at wordpress.com/plugins. Continue reading Activate Centralized Website Management In WordPress