For those of you experiencing issues with Jetpack Subscriptions, Jetpack 1.8.2 should fix the problem.
Thanks again for the bug reports. The main bugs we fixed are:
- A bug that caused Subscriptions not to be sent for content written by some authors.
- Some broken styling that made P2 (and other themes) ugly.
- A broken translation for Lithuanian.
See the official Jetpack Changelog for more details.
As usual, you should see the update available in your WordPress dashboard shortly. If you can’t see it yet and are chomping at the bit, you can download the latest version of Jetpack here at jetpack.me as well.
Remember to contact support or post in the support forum if you need help.
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Now that I did this update none of my posts are going out via email to subscribers.
Thank you for reporting this. It will be fixed in the next Jetpack release.
I downloaded the update but my subscribers are still not receiving my posts. Will this require a complete re-install? If yes, how do I accomplish this without losing my subscribers?Cheryl “Ceemac” IngrahamOwner/PublisherPGCBlog.com
It won’t require a re-install, but keep an eye out for updates and upgrade as soon as you see the next version become available through your plugins page.
It seems 1.8.2 broke email subscriptions for some of us – as was raised in the support forums over a week ago. Any word on when we’ll see a fix?
It will be fixed in the next Jetpack release.
Just out of curiosity- when is that release expected?
We are currently beta testing our next release. There is no release date at this time.