WP Umbrella Introduces New Backup Process

WP Umbrella just introduced a new backup process along with a new UI, improved bulk actions, and a new “Re-Sync Data” button to their all-in-one WordPress management tool.

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New Backup Process & UI

Backup Process
Exclude Files

The WP Umbrella team has completely revamped the backup process and user interface. They now automatically adjust the size of the backup batches to the capacity of your server. This new process should allow them to backup any website, regardless of its size or server PHP memory limit. WordPress backups should therefore no longer fail!

You can now also exclude files and tables from your backups.

Improved Bulk Actions & Re-Sync Button

In addition, the technology for safe updates and the user interface for mass actions have also been improved. This should reduce the number of failed updates.

WP Umbrella automatically resyncs your data every two hours. Because of this, you may see a plugin update show up as available in your dashboard even though you’ve already updated the plugin.

Since they can’t increase the frequency of re-syncing because they would be blocked by most hosting providers, they have added a new “Re-Sync Data” button to the WP Umbrella bulk actions! This button allows you to easily re-sync your data to ensure it is up to date.

Plugin Changelogs

View Plugin Changelog
Plugin Changelog

You can now access plugin changelogs without having to leave WP Umbrella. Just click on the “View Changelog” link under the plugin names to open them in a modal.

What’s Next?

The bulk update for themes is about to be has been released. Then they will work on the 1-click restoration for backups.

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