This week we are excited to announce the release of WP Job Manager 1.28.0, with support for Google Job Search, better SEO, and more. This is a major release — we highly recommend updating as soon as possible so you can benefit from all the enhancements and patches.
We’re just over halfway through July and already have two releases under our belt, including a major release to the WP Job Manager core plugin. We hope you enjoy the updates! Read on for more information about what’s new:
After our releases in the beginning of June, we were busy preparing new versions of our WC Paid Listings and Applications add-ons, which we released in the second half of the month. What’s new? Read on for details.
We plan to continue with the regular releases we started in May. In the beginning of June, we had three releases — Applications add-on, WP Job Manager core 1.26.1, and WP Job Manager core 1.26.2. Continue reading →
Earlier this week we released WP Job Manager 1.26.0. This major release comes with a long list of enhancements and patches, so make sure to update your version as soon as possible. Let us know what you think on our official forum, and if you find a bug or want to suggest an improvement, please open a new issue at our Github repository.
Curious to discover what we’ve been working on? Read on! Continue reading →
It’s been a while since our last check-in — we thought it was about time to let you know what we’ve been cooking up in the WP Job Manager kitchen!
We’ve released an update today for our Apply with Facebook add-on. This updates the add-on to use the latest version of the Facebook API and resolves an issue where newer Facebook applications were unable to be used with WPJM Apply with Facebook. Continue reading →
When WooThemes joined Automattic in 2015 the creator of WP Job Manager, Mike Jolley, stopped actively working on the project and the mission of WP Job Manager was handed over to a new team. We’ve had plenty of discussions recently at Automattic about the future of WP Job Manager and what the next steps should be. It came down to this – We want to give our users the support they deserve. Continue reading →