It’s been a very exciting week for the CodeGuard team. We’ve officially announced three new features at this point, and on top of that we’re in the middle of sponsoring the WordCamp ATL conference!
It’s time to announce the final feature this week for our March Feature Medley Series. We’ve saved this one for last because of the WordCamp conference, and that’s because it’s the addition of WordPress specific data-display in the CodeGuard dashboard!
If we detect that your website or database is running on WordPress, we can now show you specific information about your content such as how many current posts you have, users, themes, plugins, and more.
Right now we have BIG plans in the works for WordPress websites. We’re not going to reveal everything that we have in the development-pipeline here today, but as a teaser we’re happy to say that we are moving towards a dashboard that can show you specific information based on the CMS you are using.
So, what does this new feature mean for you? Like our File Browser feature, this feature will be very useful to our customers who are trying to figure out what backup they need for a restore. Let’s say you want to restore your website back to a date it was a few months ago. You’re not really sure if you need a backup from February, January, or December… but what you do remember is the theme you had at the time, or what plugins you had installed at the time of the backup you need. This information gives our uses a quick and easy way to see what state their website was at, at any point in time.
What else do we plan to do with this feature? As a backup, monitoring, and restore service we hope to integrate WordPress specific information into all three of these core features very soon. This will make CodeGuard a more useable tool for people who use WordPress, design for WordPress websites, and develop WordPress websites. Basically, in the next few months you can expect many more exciting things to be released from CodeGuard!
Overall, we hope you’ve enjoyed our March Feature Medley Series. We started the week off by releasing our File Browser feature, and then announced our new Website Backup Success and Database Backup Success Graphs for the dashboard. Yesterday we proudly announced our heavily anticipated Test Restore feature, and today we are happy to close the week out with exciting news about our WordPress specific information display in the dashboard. Our team has been hard at work trying to make sure we started 2014 off with a bang. Do you think we succeeded? Feel free to leave us a comment and let us know!
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