This month, Jetpack focused on enhancing some of your favorite blocks, buttons, and widgets.
- The Podcast Player Block has skip back and forward buttons, and supports pages with multiple podcasts and RSS feed links.
- You can now show off your Patreon profile through the Social Icons widget.
- Jetpack’s Instant Search feature is now compatible with older browsers like IE11.
- We fixed some Video block display issues for videos hosted by Jetpack.
This release also includes many other bug fixes and improvements — check the changelog for more details. To use the latest version of Jetpack on your site, update your existing installation or install Jetpack.
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.
Episode 30: The Magic of Meetups – Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
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:
Aaron Robertshaw, Alex Forcier, Allison Levine, Andrew Serong, Andy Peatling, Biser Perchinkov, Brad Jorsch, Brandon Kraft, Chris Rosser, Christopher Allford, Clemente Acosta, Damián Suárez, Daniel Dudzic, Derek Smart, Donncha Ó Caoimh, Enej Bajgoric, Foteini Giannaropoulou, Glen Davies, Grant Kinney, Greg Ichneumon Brown, Harris Papazolgou, Henry Ng, Igor Zinovyev, Jason Moon, Jeff Golenski, Jeremy Herve, John Caruso, Juhi Saxena, Kim Brown, Konstantin Obenland, Matthew Denton, Michael Turk, Miguel Torres, Oscar Lopez, Paul Bunkham, Robert Franklin, Robin Neatherway, Rosalind Wills, Sami Falah, Sergey Mitroshin, Sérgio Gomes, Staci Cooper, Steve Dixon, Tom Cafferkey, Weston Ruter, Yaroslav Kukharuk.
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