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Better Notifications for WordPress (beta)

Better Notifications for WordPress (beta)

Send customisable HTML emails to user roles for different WordPress notifications.

Better Notifications for WordPress (beta) allows you to choose which WordPress email notifications are sent to which user roles (including custom roles) and allows you to customise those emails using all the available information WordPress provides for that notification using simple shortcodes. Emails are sent using the built in wp_mail() but can be sent using SMTP using an appropriate 3rd party plugin (we recommend WP-Mail-SMTP).

For example: You want Editors to be alerted via email when a new post is published and you’d like that email to be in HTML so you can include your branding along with the author’s display name and post time – with this plugin, that’s easy.

Notifications that you can use are:

  • New category
  • New post published / post updated
  • New comment (and it’s corresponding status)
  • New user registration
  • New trackback
  • New pingback
  • Lost password reset

If you’d like to see a notification in the list above, please get in touch via plugins [at] voltronik.co.uk and we’ll see what we can do to add it. Having problems? Please let us know via this plugin’s forum so we can address them and let it act as a source of information for future reference and other users.

Like this plugin? Please leave us a great review! Don’t think the plugin is worthy of 5 stars? Let us know on the forum or drop us a line at plugins [at] voltronik.co.uk and we’ll try and help.

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated:

2013-3-16


Downloads:
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