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Test Edupack.Cloud!

Yesterday, we announced our new focus: A cloud-based Edupack. You can watch the announcement during Braintrust 12: The Future of Edupack.

This new version of Edupack allows users to manage all of their institution’s sites, no matter where the site is hosted.

To validate our new features, we’re hosting a series of user studies. The 30-minute user study will demo our new solution and gauge your impressions.

If you’re interested, feel free to grab a time from our signup form: https://calendly.com/edupack

Can’t wait to show you the new Edupack!

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Version 0.0.4: Brand Control

Control every sites’ branding in one place.

Edupack’s latest release includes “Brand Control.” Users can brand WP’s dashboard, notification emails, and add a branding bar to every site.

A screenshot of Edupack’s new feature, “Brand Control.”

Brand control doesn’t rely on themes and works with major WP themes. We also output CSS variables, so developers can use brand control settings anywhere on the site.

Interested in trying Brand Control? Ping me @bbertucc or email blake@edupack.dev.

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Version 0.0.3: Stale Site Reporting

Visualize stale sites in your system.

Edupack version 0.0.3 adds new reports that display how many sites are inactive. You can also now download a CSV report of the stale sites in your system.

This release launches our new dashboard, which will soon include many more reports to better manage your WordPress network.

Version 0.0.2: Archival Policies 🥳

Automate archival policies with Edupack’s 0.0.2 version. From Edupack’s new Network Admin tab, send automated warning emails and archive stale sites. Super admins can also set exemptions for sites that shouldn’t be archived.

Version 0.0.2 also allows Super Admins to hide/show site publishing permissions for network users. The site publishing permissions allows users to manually archive sites, so that sites can be hidden from the public.

Requires WP 5.6+ w/ Multisite Enabled

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