Jetpack comes packed with lots of extras. Extra Sidebar Widgets gives you additional widgets, like RSS Links, Twitter Timelines, and Facebook Like Boxes. Toolbar notifications let you view and moderate comments right from the toolbar, anywhere on your site, or across WordPress.com. WP.me shortlinks shorten your links so they don’t take up so much space.
Don’t need every feature? You can activate and deactivate Jetpack modules at any time.
- Add PHP Code Without Editing Files - Want to add a code snippet without having to edit your theme's functions.php file? This document explains how to use a functionality plugin instead.
- Control Jetpack’s Modules on One Page - You can control all of Jetpack's modules from one simple page.
- Search - Jetpack's Search module is a powerful replacement for the search capability built into WordPress.
- Simple Payment Button - Add one or more payment buttons to any post or page, and immediately start taking PayPal payments for physical products, digital goods, or donations.
- WordPress.com Toolbar - The WordPress.com Toolbar module replaces the default admin bar and offers quick links to the Reader, all your sites, your WordPress.com profile, and notifications.
- Upcoming Events Widget - Upcoming Events is a widget and a shortcode. It allows you to use an iCalendar link to display a list of events on your WordPress.com site. This feature can be used for any kind of event list, but it was created especially with musicians in mind so they can rock the web with a list of […]
- Google Analytics - Track your WordPress site statistics thanks to Google Analytics.
- Ads - Earn income by displaying high quality ads on your site.
- Milestone Widget - The Milestone Widget provides you with a simple way to create a countdown to a given date.
- Blog Stats Widget - The Blog Stats Widget displays the total number of views to your blog (not including your own views).