Central Stock for WooCommerce release 1.1.0 is now available: the first steps guide and a fix have been implemented.
This new version provides a feature that will help the users in better understanding how the plugin works.
Besides this, we provided translation capability for the plugin description text: this means that also the related description available in the WordPress plugin list page now can be properly translated.
Finally we focused on fixing a bug: improving the plugin stability is our first goal, we always want to offer a better experience for our customers.
So, here below you find some more details about the new version. Have a look!
Onboarding first steps guide: we take each customer by the hand
The first step guide is automatically activated as soon as the user activates the plugin: the aim of the guide is to show the fundamentals steps that have to be performed in order to provide a very basic set up of the plugin. We want to help the customer to quickly understand the main Central Stock features and quickly become productive.
Error when adding new plugin
Through the support, hence thanks to our customers, we found a bug caused by a conflict with WooCommerce version 3.6.4 . The conflict prevent the correct rendering of the Add New plugin page: when the users tried to access that page, they got an error.
Our dev team, after discovering the issue, quickly provided a fix.
So, update your plugin version with Central Stock for WooCommerce release 1.1.0 to keep your environment to the best!
Changelog for 1.1.0
Here follows the changelog:
- Onboarding first steps guide
- Translated plugin description
- Error when adding new plugin
Still Problems? Contact us!
Did you find a bug in Central Stock for WooCommerce? Please contact us via wp-centralstock.com.
Thanks for using Central Stock for WooCommerce. We appreciate all our users who find value in our plugin. If you have any suggestions, feel free to let us know.
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