As always, we’ve taken your suggestions on board as best as we can. It’s incredibly important to us to make the time to hear each of our members and put their feedback into action.
With that being said, we aren’t always able to make every single wish come true. We may be akin to superheroes, but we aren’t magicians!
That’s why these roundups can be super helpful. If you haven’t seen your suggestion come to life yet, this should clear up any curiosity you may have about where we’re headed and whether you can expect to see a certain feature pop up soon.
Of course, you can always take a squiz at our ever-evolving Roadmap for an up-to-date list of expected changes. But this roundup will also backtrack over the recent updates we’ve made and highlight the best parts.
Let’s kick it off with a note from WPMU DEV CEO, James.
“Check. Out. That. Scroll.
Seriously, check it out, we’ve done so much since our last quarterly roundup and have so much in the pipeline that this update is almost getting obnoxiously long!
And for that, I am sorry. But for what it contains, I most certainly am not.
Over the last 3-6 months the entire team here at WPMU DEV have absolutely knocked it out of the park. From our fantastic new PMs (*Product* Managers, ahem), incredibly talented devs (and DevOps and SysAdmins) and our really rather good designers.
And that’s just product! While we get the vast number of our best reviews based on our rock star support team (we hit the best ranked host in TrustPilot last month, based largely on them!) and, of course, our writers who bring you this roundup that contains, basically, piles and piles of good stuff that you may have missed – so do that scroll – and sets us up for an epic rest-of-the-year.
Suffice to say, if you are a freelancer, web developer, agency (of any size) or just look after WP sites for whoever and wherever, 2021 is going to be for you.
If we don’t have a vastly expanded set of tools that will allow you to create, develop and manage your own WP SaaS business by the end of the year, I’ll eat my hat.
And if we aren’t also presenting you with a set of site management tools that knocks the stuffing out of anything that has come before and more than doubles the number of WP sites you can comfortably look after… I’ll eat my socks too 😀
So, my endangered clothing besides, please dive in and – as ever – share any feedback in the comments section (which, incidentally, will now give you hero points that you can trade for free memberships… all the way up to lifetime!)”
With that said, let’s take a proper look at what’s been going down at the DEV and what the coming months hold…and may I just say that the future is looking rather sensational!
In this Roadmap Review:
This article was written by Katherine Pannell and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.