Support to additional affiliation plugins, hosting providers, and more.
Control external WordPress sites (single installation) from within your Multisite network admin panel. Impose plan restrictions on these sites as if they were part of the Multisite network. Later, use your registration form to trigger the creation of external sites on different servers.
Create sub-sites (of a new type – admin panel) on your network that can be configured to act as the admin panel for all or a subset of your plans.
Offer your subscription plans in different currencies. Pre-select the currency to use based on the visitor’s geolocation data. Offer different payment gateway options depending on the currency being used.
A centralized place for WP Ultimo customers to control their license keys, support tickets, and other resources. Better workflows on the backend to make sure tickets do not go missing and customers have their issues addressed in a reasonable amount of time.
The ability to sell domains to your customers right at the registration form or at a later stage, with OpenSRS, GoDaddy, and Namecheap as supported registrars.
Create sub-sites (of a new type – app) on your network that can be configured to be served and bundled as an iPhone/Android app.
Modify, add, or remove fields from every WP Ultimo form (every single one of them), not only the Checkout Form. Trigger additional actions on form submissions. Create custom forms with custom actions to add additional features to your WaaS.
WP Ultimo is already mostly compatible with PHP 8.1; however, a couple of incompatible dependencies need to be removed or replaced to make the experience completely error-free. We’re also aiming for the least possible amount of warnings, even if WordPress core is not entirely warning-free yet.