All users can update to version 1.1.0 from the Updates or Plugins pages of their WordPress dashboards.
Version 1.1.0 summary
- Fixes bugs in code and instructions
- Now copies Google API credentials from previously-configured forms
- Added an upgrade path from a single site license to unlimited licenses. The first purchase is credited toward the second, and a new Question and Answer explain how.
- Installation Guide overhaul after onboarding the first two users.
On March 8th, Brad Williams and I had a conversation about building and selling plugins on a virtual Philly Burbs WordPress Meetup. I plan to publish the video after I obtain a copy. Brad has a lot of experience selling products, and I have much less, so our conversation was a lot of fun. A few friends immediately thought of clients who could use Entries to Google Sheet, and I am grateful for these brave early adopters.
The biggest fix in this update isn’t in code! It became clear that my installation instructions were insufficient when the first two developers tried to connect the plugin to their Google Accounts failed to do so. I learned that I should have done better testing. I should have followed my own instructions to configure a site from start to finish. I did exactly that within 48 hours of the meetup and rewrote large sections of the installation guide.
I found and fixed two bugs when updating the Sheet when entries are edited. One was already in the issue tracker, but the other was unknown and surprised me while working on the first. I added a feature I wanted that prevents users from having to copy the Google API credentials into a second form on a site where a form has already been connected.