TOP NOTE: Jetpack
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Jetpack will perform backups automatically, and allows one-click website restores and website migrations. In the Jetpack per sonal and premium plans, one website backup is made every day, and backups are stored for 30 days. If you upgrade to the Jetpack professional plan, a website backup is made every hour, and all backups are stored for as long as you use Jetpack.
What Is Jetpack and Why Should You Use It?
Jetpack was launched by Automattic in 2011.
WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg had first introduced the idea of Jetpack during his talk at the State of the Word WordCamp conference in San Francisco in 2009. His vision was that Jetpack would be ‘a way to provide feature parity between WordPress.com and WordPress.org for everybody’.
The first version of Jetpack included eight popular features: Hovercards, stats, an ‘After the Deadline’ spellchecker, a Twitter widget, shortcodes, shortlinks, social media sharing buttons and mathematics tool LaTeX. Jetpack calls these features modules.
Over the past eight years the plugin has been continually expanded and refined, and the number of modules has grown to 43. However, Jetpack is so much more than the modules it offers.
Jetpack will perform backups automatically, and allows one-click website restores and website migrations.
Its Content Embeds feature uses shortcodes to simplify the process of embedding video, audio, documents, social media and more. You can also improve how images are displayed to readers by placing them in galleries, carousels and slideshows.
Markdown can be used to speed up the process of formatting content. For example, you can make text bold by placing two asterisks before and after the text you want to highlight.
Post by Email is a tool that more WordPress users should be aware of. It can be used to publish new articles by simply sending an email to an email address that Jetpack generates. I assumed this would be restrictive, but you can define the post title, content, tags and categories. You can also format text and attach images and image galleries.
Subscriptions are integrated into the comment form, which is an effective way of encouraging people to subscribe to your website, as they’re already engaged. Commenters can get updates about new comments via email too.