With the release of Jetpack 3.3 this earlier this month, the automattic team has announced the launch of new dashboard from which you can manage all your WordPress sites — both your WordPress.com and your Jetpack-connected sites, regardless of where they’re hosted.
With the new centralized Site Management feature, you can update plugins, set plugins to automatically update, and activate or deactivate plugins on a per-site basis or in bulk. You can also make a new post to any of your blogs from a single page without having to login and post from each site individually. Also, this new interface was designed and built to provide a great user experience whether you’re on your computer, tablet, or mobile device.
To enable these new features make sure you are running Jetpack 3.3 or above. If you’ve used Jetpack before, there will be an opt-in banner on your WordPress dashboard.
Once you opted into the site management features, ensure the JSON API feature is activated via Jetpack settings and the Allow remote actions setting is checked.
If you’re new to using Jetpack plugin for WordPress, you will automatically be opted-in when you activate and connect Jetpack to your WordPress.com account.
After you might have enabled site management for your Jetpack site, you can update and manage your plugins, see your site’s stats, and even post to your Jetpack site all from one page.
Visit your My Sites page at: https://wordpress.com/sites (while logged into your WordPress.com user account) to see all of your WordPress.com and Jetpack connected sites.
You can read more on how to manage your Jetpack sites and plugins from WordPress.com here.
Are you using the WordPress site management feature? If Yes, kindly share your experience.
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