Jetpack 9.2 is now available. Give the latest version a try, by installing Jetpack or updating your existing installation.
In this release, we’ve focused on maintenance work to ensure that Jetpack remains compatible with the upcoming version of WordPress, version 5.6, scheduled to be released on December 8th, 2020.
WordPress 5.6 comes with a new default theme, Twenty Twenty-One. Give the new theme a try — it’s fully compatible with Jetpack!
Viewing blocks in subscription emails and RSS feeds
In the past couple of years we’ve released quite a few blocks. Those tools can help you build your business’ website, interact with your customers, and write posts. In this release, we’ve improved the Form, Payments, Slideshow, and Podcast blocks to make sure they not only look good on your site, but also in RSS feeds and subscription emails sent to your followers.
We’ve also made Publicize — the tool you can use to automatically broadcast your posts across your social networks — more robust and reliable.
We’ve now released a new version of Jetpack, version 9.2.1, to address issues that were happening on sites using the WordPress.com toolbar.
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this release:
Aaron Robertshaw, Alex Forcier, Andy Peatling, Bernie Reiter, Brad Jorsch, Brandon Kraft, Caroline Moore, Chris Rosser, Damián Suárez, Dan Roundhill, Dave Smith, Dion Hulse, Enej Bajgoric, Foteini Giannaropoulou, Henry Ng, Jason Moon, Jeremy Herve, Jeremy Yip, Jonny Harris, Kim Brown, Kirk Wight, Konstantin Obenland, Leo Germani, Marcelo Serpa, Marek Hrabe, Matthew Denton, Mario Zorz, Paul Bunkham, Ramon Dodd, Renzo Canepa, Sergey Mitroshin, Tugdual de Kerviler, Will Norris, Yaroslav Kukharuk.
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