With more than three months in the Toolbar Extras plugin is now somewhat established and users seem to take more notice of it.
Reaching a user base of 1,000 active installs took us less than two months and doubling that exactly 40 days. So it’s only a bit more than one month. Just awesome. Thank you, each of you users out there! The growth rate of active installs is currently pending between 5 and 12 percent. Incredible still after all these weeks. It will be interesting to see when we hit 3,000 active installs and how many we will reach until the end of 2018. In my opinion something between 4,000 and 7,000 active installs could be realistic. We’ll see. — Please keep on recommending the plugin and share its plugin links.
The plugin gained three more awesome 5 star reviews since last month – thank you guys once again! 5-star-reviews are very important for any plugin developer on wordpress.org, myself included. So please don’t stop 😉
There were three releases in the last four weeks: two minor (v1.2.1 and v1.3.1) and one major (v1.3.0). All three releases together brought the plugin a big step forward with new settings and further extended support for Themes and Plugins. For example all major form plugins are now directly supported in the Toolbar as well as the new kid on the block, the CrocoBlock Service for Elementor by Zemez company.
Whoa, that is over 40 new members in the last four weeks – so amazing again! Thanks for joing and being part of the community. I really appreciate your support 🙂 And if you want to get news about the plugin, its development, and also support, this is the place to hang out.
In the last three releases support for 36 (!) more plugins was added. So, my “interal roadmap” comes closer and closer to finishing. Expect more cool stuff in the next few (major) versions, though.
Also, 16 more Themes are now supported within Toolbar Extras. Among those are Kava free & Pro (CrocoBlock, by Zemez), Buildwall (by Zemez) and Phlox which is popular on wordpress.org already. Phlox is also special because it has a free Add-On plugin for this Theme which comes with native Elementor widgets. So, it is a really interesting product. Also, some more Genesis Child Themes were added as well.
On the translations front there is currently no progress. This is somewhat understandable as the last few plugin releases brought dozens of new strings again. As always, you are welcome to contribute any translation to the plugin. For any questions please feel free to ask on our facebook group.
5 new articles were added in the last weeks. More specific topics and articles will follow soon. I am also planning to highlight more features with an individual knowledge base article.
Once again, thank you for all your support so far, you are making a plugin developer very happy.