We’re excited about the progress made by UpdraftCentral in 2016. Originally launched in March, the first version of UpdraftCentral allowed you to backup, restore and sign-on securely to any of your sites remotely from one central dashboard.
But since then it’s seen the addition of a number of new features. Recent versions added the ability to manage theme, plugin and WordPress core updates, and WordPress users and their roles all without visiting your websites’ WP-admin controls.
Today we can announce our latest release of UpdraftCentral Premium (both our self-hosted, and hosted versions) with a new feature: comments management all from one place. So if you manage a lot of sites, it’s a big time-saver as you can now have complete control of them remotely. Furthermore, UpdraftCentral, in all versions, now also includes remote access to advanced diagnostic tools and information for trouble-shooting your website.
Through 2017 we have lot more features under development. To give you a sneak preview… next year we plan to Google Analytics, UpdraftVault integration and ways of sorting and filtering the site lists for those of you with growing numbers of managed sites. All active customers will receive these new features.
Not yet an UpdraftCentral user? Want to take a look? You can see your purchase options or try our fully-featured and hosted tier for up to 5 sites here: www.updraftcentral.com
You can also install a completely free version of UpdraftCentral here https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftcentral/, but comments management is a Premium feature available for UDC Cloud (all tiers) and Premium customers only. Learn more about available options here.
Cool, will you also develop a SEO tool similar to
Thanks for the suggestion. We have made a note our internal system to look into adding SEO management to UpdraftCentral. If you want to register your interest, please add it to our ideas’ board here: https://updraftplus.com/feature-requests/ – though we don’t always personally reply to ideas posted there, we do read them and take note of what has highest demand.
Do you have to manage the websites from your wordpress dashboard or also possible through my account on this website?
Both of those are options. See here: https://updraftcentral.com.