Task Rocket 2.7.2 is ready
The latest version is ready for download, and the good news is that after you install this version you’ll never have to login to download updates again.
Task Rocket now has updating within WordPress just like any other theme or plugin. The same goes for the add-ons, which are now at version 1.0 and can also be updated within WordPress.
Also as mentioned in the previous post every user has been gifted an unlimited license for Task Rocket. Once you update to this version you’ll have no restrictions on the number of users.
Aside from this the compete changelog for this version is relatively small:
- Fixed small presentation issue when taskID option is enabled.
- Implemented new update process.
- License restrictions removed.
As always your feedback is welcome.
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