August 28, 2019

Collector Add-on Released

Brian J. Link @bjplink

After months of minor Designer updates, a short week-long development effort led to the release of the second add-on for WP Terms Popup called Collector.

With Collector, WP Terms Popup users can gather data about their uses after they have agreed to the terms and conditions presented in the popups themselves. It's a useful extra layer of functionality that isn't for everyone but required by others: perfect for a paid extension.

Collector was my first subscription priced WordPress product. I had to do some extra setup on the marketing site to support this new wrinkle but it would eventually prove to be worth it.

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