Jetpack 11.5: Under-the-hood improvements to enhance your experience

Update 2022-11-02: Jetpack 11.5.1 was released today to address a conflict with WP Super Cache and an upgrade issue that caused critical errors on some sites.

For more details on the latter issue, Jetpack was looking for a file that didn’t exist because the Firewall module didn’t regenerate it properly during the update. The 11.5.1 update makes sure the file is properly generated before upgrading. There are instances where the file may have still been generated during upgrading, which is why this didn’t affect every site with the module enabled on 11.5. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused.

This month we have worked on several under-the-hood improvements to enhance your Jetpack experience, including updates to forms, notification emails, and Jetpack Social.

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In this release:

  • The Consent field result from forms will now show up in notification emails and feedback views.
  • Jetpack Social will now highlight if a previously connected social account has a broken connection in the editor.
  • The form block has had several small interaction enhancements and bug fixes.

This release also includes other minor bug fixes and improvements — check the changelog for more

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Our parent company Automattic has been listed #31 in America’s 100 Most Loved Workplaces 2022 by Newsweek.

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A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this release:

Adnan Haque, Adrian Moldovan, Andrew Dawes, Aneesh Devasthale, Antony Agrios, Brad Jorsch, Brandon Kraft, Chris Jean, Christian Gastrell, Damián Suárez, Daniel Post, Dean Sas, Dehan, Derek Smart, Dognose, Douglas Henri, Dylan Munson, Foteini Giannaropoulou, Gergely Márk Juhász, Heyde Moura, Ivan Ottinger, Jason Moon, Jasper Kang, John Caruso, John Webb, Juanma Rodriguez Escriche, Kevin L, Kuba Birecki, Luiz Kowalski, Maciej Grabowski, Mike Stott, Nauris Pūķis, Nino Mihovilic, Osk, Paul Bunkham, Philip Jackson, Piotr Stankowski, Rafael Agostini, Renato Augusto Gama dos Santos, Renzo Canepa, Robert Felty, Robert Sreberski, Roberto Aranda, Samiff, Sergey Mitroshin, Siddarthan Sarumathi Pandian, Siobhan Bamber, Steve D, Tim Broddin, Yaroslav Kukharuk, bindlegirl, dkmyta, jcheringer, kirahsapong, leogermani, nunyvega, robertf4, thingalon

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  1. Corey Railey says:

    Update broke the site and looks like it broke several others as well.


  2. lomig says:

    that’s great but could someone from Jetpack answer to us on Twitter as this release broke many sites… is there a place where you explain how to do better than just “disable jetpack”… ?

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