Alex Phelps:

I love Jetpack!

Originally posted on Jetpack for WordPress:

If there’s one thing we’ve learned about the web, it’s that people really like to like things. That’s why the latest version of Jetpack introduces a “Like” feature. The new feature enables a “Like” area at the bottom of your posts and pages. A button allows your readers to show appreciation for your posts as well as save your posts for later viewing on WordPress.com using the Reader.

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Once a user likes your post, their Gravatar will be displayed below your content, allowing you to engage with them further. You’ll also receive a notification in your toolbar if you have the notifications module enabled, and an email notifying you of the action.

Likes isn’t the only new feature in this release. We’ve also added a Readmill widget, a bulk spam feature to the contact form, improved our Pinterest share button integration, and a slew of bug fixes.

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Jetpack 2.0.4 Released

Alex Phelps:

Somebody hit the deploy button a little too early, good update though.

Originally posted on Jetpack for WordPress:

Earlier today, we released Jetpack 2.0.3. Within an hour, we received reports that Jetpack couldn’t be activated after upgrading. We found a conflict between WordPress and Jetpack, which we’ve fixed in Jetpack 2.0.4. This latest update is available now in your WordPress dashboard or here at jetpack.me.

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