Jetpack 9.1 ships several under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes that make Jetpack’s features work even better for you and your website. This month, we focused on improving compatibility of the Jetpack plugin with other plugins you may be using on your site:
- We’ve improved how Jetpack’s comments, embeds, blocks, and Google Analytics features work with the AMP plugin.
- We’ve added support for Google’s Web Stories plugin to our Open Graph Meta tags.
- We’ve improved the performance of the block editor when using Jetpack alongside the Gutenberg plugin.
- You can now track WooCommerce events with Jetpack’s Google Analytics feature, even when using the AMP plugin.
Jetpack is more than the sum of its code — it is the collective work of an amazing group of designers, product experts, Happiness Engineers, and code wranglers at Automattic. Does distributed work sound interesting to you? Check out our CEO Matt Mullenweg’s Distributed podcast. Want to join the fun and make the web a better place? Come on and work with us!
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this release:
Alex Forcier, Allison Levine, Andy Peatling, Anna Foldvari, Ash White, Atanas Angelov, Ben Dwyer, Bernie Reiter, Brad Jorsch, Brandon Kraft, Caroline Moore, Chris Rosser, Claudiu Filip, Claudiu Lodromanean, Damián Suárez, David Biňovec, Derek Smart, Enej Bajgoric, Eric Binnion, Foteini Giannaropoulou, Francesco Marino, Gary Pendergast, George Stephanis, Glen Davies, Grant Kinney, Harris Papazolgou, Illusaen, Jason Moon, Jeremy Herve, Jonny Harris, Joseph Scott Evans, Kevin Zoschke, Kim Brown, Konstantin Obenland, Leo Germani, Marek Hrabe, Marin Atanasov, Matt Gawarecki, Matthew Denton, Matthew Reishus, Miguel Torres, Paul Bunkham, Rob Pugh, Scott Evans, Sergey Mitroshin, Tom Cafferkey, Tugdual de Kerviler, Weston Ruter, Yaroslav Kukharuk.
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