WPeMatico RSS Feed Fetcher


WPeMatico is a very easy to use autoblogging plugin. Organized into campaigns, it publishes your posts automatically from the RSS/Atom and XML feeds of your choice.

This plugin offers you a nice interface following the WordPress standards that allows you to manage in every campaign all the feeds you import. In order to make your site more user-friendly, you can fetch contents from multiple feeds and arrange them according to categories.

For XML and RSS fetching, it uses the Simplepie library included in WordPress or forces to use the external library included in the plugin. As for image and files processing, it uses the core functions of WordPress.

If you like WPeMatico, please Rate 5 Stars on WordPress. Thanks! 🙂

You can submit any bug in the bugtracker.



  • Campaigns Feeds and options are organized into campaigns.
  • Comfortable interface like Worpress posts editing for every campaign.
  • Multiple feeds / categories / tags.
  • Auto add categories from source posts.
  • Integrated or not with the Simplepie library that comes with WordPress. This includes RSS 0.91 and RSS 1.0 formats, the popular RSS 2.0 format, Atom
  • From 2.2v also supports for XML feeds or files by uploading them into WordPress Media lib.
  • Feed auto discovery allows you to add feeds without even knowing the exact URL. (Thanks Simplepie!)
  • Unix cron and WordPress cron jobs.
  • For maximum performance, you can make the RSS fetching process be called by an external cron job, or simply let WordPress handle it.
  • Options to set max items per fetch, comments on or off, sets authors and a lot of more options.
  • It allows to publish to any public WordPress Custom post type, status and post formats.
  • Images caching are integrated with WordPress Media Library.
  • The first (or 2nd or 3rd, you choose) image attached to a post can be marked as the Featured Image.
  • It is possible to upload & attach only the featured image ignoring the others.
  • Compatible to work with Featured Image from URL plugin by Marcel Jacques Machado.
  • You can choose whether to upload images as post attachments or not. Also upload remote images or link to source. Fully configurable.
  • You can choose whether to upload audio and video files as post attachments or not. Also upload remote files or link to source. Fully configurable.
  • Words or phrases rewriting. Regular expressions supported.
  • Words Relinking. Define custom links for the words or phrases you specify.
  • Words to Category. Define custom words to search into content or title to assign every post to specified category.
  • Detailed Log sending to custom e-mail. On every executed cron or only on errors with a campaign.
  • Option to replace title links (Permalinks) to point to the source site.
  • Can copy the slug from original permalink for better SEO.
  • Post templating before save. Can include Galleries, link to the sources or any text you want.
  • Dashboard Widget with campaigns summary.
  • Option to choose what roles can see the dashboard widget.
  • Multilanguage ready.

Some external integrations included:

  • Allows featured images from URL with Featured Image from URL plugin.
  • Allows to work with external crons from same server or external cron services websites.
  • Allows to publish forums, topics and answers in BBPress forums.
  • Allows to publish from XML custom feeds setting up their configurations.
  • Publishing from YouTube playlists, channels and profile feeds.
  • Allows to publish in multiple languages with Polylang plugin. Requires Polylang and WPeMatico Polylang plugins installed.

With lots of amazing and professional features to work with images and content parsers and filters.

Professional Add-on: Extends WPeMatico with a lot of advanced and new features to parse and filter feed items contents, filters for featured, media, enclosure and in-content images, automatic tags generation, inserts custom fields with every post and much more.

Synchronizer: Allows you to keep updated the posts obtained, the synchronization process analyzes the content of the feed items and compares them with the post, if different it will be updated, including media files, authors, categories and tags.

FULL Content: Takes the item permalink and scratches its web page to find the full content. Set the featured image from meta tags of source web page, Open Graph or Twitter images. Also allows set up a configuration file for every domain pointing to what section of the web page must be obtained.

Manual Fetching: Allows you to review and insert each item in the Campaign Preview feature, one by one or in bulk mode with just a click. You’ll see the items already parsed like will be published as posts with their images, audio and even videos.

Polyglot: Lets you translate the posts obtained from remote feeds before inserting them in your WordPress blog. Just select the original language of articles in a WPeMatico campaign so you can translate to one of the 107 supported languages.

Make me Feed “Good”: Create your custom feeds RSS 2.0 with content from external sites in your WordPress blog, regardless of whether or not those have their own feed.

Facebook Fetcher: Obtain the content from Facebook pages or groups, just adding one WPeMatico campaign per facebook page/group. Also imports images in big size, and Facebook comments with commenters names to every imported post and many more.

Better Excerpts: Makes excerpts with first post content sentence and other filters in front-end and also in feed contents. Can be used to save the excerpts just for new posts of WPeMatico campaigns or to parse the excerpts of all posts of your site when shows them in your front-end page.

Publish 2 Email: Very useful addon that allows publishing remotely by WordPress Post via email, Jetpack Post by Email feature or plugins like Postie. Sends the fetched posts to an email account. Each campaign allows send the posts to different email accounts.

WPeMatico Polylang: send the automated publishing posts of each WPeMatico campaign to a different Polylang language to allow translate them later. This translation could be done by Lingotek addon of Polylang or any other translation service manual or automated. Free.

FREE & Premium Technical Support

FREE Technical Support:

  • Ask for any problem you may have and you’ll get support for free.
  • If it is necessay we will see into your website to solve your issue.

Premium Support:

  • Get access to in-depth setup assistance.
  • Whatever the issue is, we will dig in and do our absolute best to resolve issues for you.
  • We will even log directly into your site to find the problems.
  • You can rest assured knowing that we are going to find an answer, no matter how long it takes.

Flash Cache: If you need a very good and WPeMatico compatible Cache plugin take a look at this FREE plugin.


You can see all the requirements details in the System Status tab inside WPeMatico Settings screen.

Do you like WPeMatico?

Don’t hesitate to give your feedback. It will help making the plugin better. Other contributions (such as new translations or helping other users on the support forum) are welcome !

Privacy terms

For the first beta versions of this plugin I was inspired for the old WP-o-Matic and also old versions of BackWPUp to make the posttype list. I’m talking about 2009 or 2010. Thanks to the developers 😉

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This plugin works also with addons or extensions that many can be purchased on our website.
The plugin uses the Easy Digital Download Extension License Manager to check for updates and validity of licenses if they are in use.
On load the Extensions page, it reads a feed only once every 5 days from our website to keep the addons list updated. (Can be deactivated from WPeMatico Settings screen)
On load the Settings page of the plugin, once per day max, reads the 5 stars user reviews from WordPress to show them in sidebar. (Can be deactivated from WordPress Settings Writing screen)
On submit the Subscription form in Welcome page, it make a request to wpematico.com website to suscribe the form data in our newsletters list.

Plugin page: wpematico.com
Add-ons page: etruel.com.
Author page in spanish: NetMdP.


  • Dashboard Widget and menu.

  • The table list of campaigns plus some info of each one of them.

  • Quick edit campaigns inline.

  • Get help in Wordpress tabs.

  • The Settings Page.

  • Editing a complete campaign.

  • SimplePie Requirements Tests.


You can either install it automatically from the WordPress admin, or do it manually:

Using the Plugin Manager

  1. Click Plugins
  2. Click Add New
  3. Search for wpematico
  4. Click Install
  5. Click Install Now
  6. Click Activate Plugin
  7. Now you must see WPeMatico Item on WordPress menu


  1. Upload wpematico folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Ενεργοποιήστε το πρόσθετο μέσω του μενού “Πρόσθετα” στο WordPress

Συχνές Ερωτήσεις

First Install & testing requirements Video

Filling the Settings Video

Creating a Campaign Video

I have this plugin installed and activated. What must I do now ?

  • OK, in WordPress admin you should see now a new area below the posts called WPeMatico. At settings, setup the plugin configuration. At Campaigns you must add one. There, add one or several feeds of your choice. You can use a campaign for grouping the feeds for a category or another custom topic that you want.

Upgrading FREE or PRO versions

  • You can make an automatic upgrade from WordPress plugins page or replace files through FTP.

Is there any way to import embedded videos from feed content and add that code into my posts?

  • To allow video embeds in post content, you must add the tags ‘iframe’ and ’embed’ in Simplepie library into WPeMatico Settings. See below:

  • Change SimplePie HTML tags to strip



Where can I get PROfessional version or other Add-Ons?

Where can I ask/see more questions?


We want to thank the WordPress.org plugins moderators as they helped us by marking the points to reinforce in the plugin to achieve even greater compatibility with WordPress in all the functions of our plugin.

You can contribute with WPeMatico:

Don’t hesitate to give your feedback. It will help making the plugin better.


Many thanks to the generous efforts of our translators:

Romanian & Slovak –> Branco WebHostingGeeks.com.

If you’d like to help out by translating this plugin, please sign up for an account and dig in.

We are receiving tutorials in text, pdf, videos and ideas for current and new features. All are welcome. Thank you!
You can send your files to e-mail wpematico [at] etruel.com


25 Μαΐου 2024
It works. The hyperLinks are finally displayed as links in the posts.Thank you very much for your help. That was really fast and great support. I will give it the full number of points.
3 Απριλίου 2024
A plugin with rich options already in the free version.
21 Φεβρουαρίου 2024 3 απαντήσεις
I run a website for a law firm and I recently noticed that some of our competitors were producing content at an astounding super-human rate. I was confused about how this could be possible, so I started looking into how I could do something similar. I did some digging and initially couldn’t find anything that would do what I needed, so I was even thinking about custom programming the entire thing myself. Fortunately, I thought about it some more and did another search, this time including the word “RSS” in my searches, and I immediately found the WPeMatico plugin by the company Etruel. I think they’re based out of Argentina, but Facebook says they are headquartered in Florida. I looked into the specs of the plugin and couldn’t believe this was exactly what I needed. I bought the “PERFECT” version of the plugin (which comes bundled with some useful extra features) and was able to figure out how to set it up in about 5 minutes. I will tell you every good thing about the plugin that I can think of, and then a few negatives that I experienced along the way and how I solved those issues. GOOD STUFF The app does what it says on the label – it fetches RSS or XML feeds from other websites (that you provide) and republishes them on your website. You can also set up multiple “campaigns” for different topics you may want to publish on your site. For example, you can start one campaign and say you want all articles from the state of Texas every hour that are about “Tennis”. Then you can make a 2nd campaign that fetches every article in Oklahoma every 12 hours about “Soccer”. And so on and so on. There are two settings pages – one for the “global settings” and another for each individual campaign that you set up. In the global settings you can do things like: Store all images that are fetched on your server so you never lose them if the image is ever deleted from the source website. (This can make your server storage fill up quickly if you aren’t careful, so calculate if this will impact your hosting costs before proceeding) Fetch the first image from the article and automatically set that as the featured image for that post Assign words to categories. For example, if you want every article that has the word “soccer” in it to be in a category called “Soccer” in your WordPress posts, this can do it for an infinite number of words. You can rewrite the blogs after fetching them if you want to try to avoid duplicate content. I can assure you that even if you turn this option off and you republish the original article exactly as it is, you will still sometimes get ranked very high on Google, or even in the #1 position. Don’t ask me why, but hundreds of my non-rewritten republished blogs have been ranking well and raking in clicks. Some of them end up being complete duds too, but once this thing is pumping out thousands of articles for you every month you too will begin to notice more traffic and leads coming to your site from the winners. I’m unsure if the rewritten or non-rewritten blogs perform better, but I’m going to try that experiment soon and hopefully report back here. You can remove any HTML tag or HTML attribute that you wish from the imported articles. For example, many news websites frequently have advertisements inserted directly into their content and these are typically wrapped in <aside> tags. Being able to remove all of those is incredible. I didn’t realize this option existed at first and I was actually manually editing thousands of articles one by one to remove these unwanted tags. That was very painful. This is around the time that I realized these guys have thought of every little detail. Discovering this kind of thing feels like poetry in motion or falling in love for the first time. It’s a beautiful thing to know that you’re not a prisoner to the machine anymore. You can set a timeout so if anything ever goes wrong with a fetch, you won’t lock up your website forever. I think 5 minutes is perfect for this. For scheduling your fetches, you can choose to use the Alternate_WP_Cron function if your hosting company disables the primary WordPress Cron. Either option is required for the plugin to work, so its nice that they added this backup to guarantee it will work on almost any hosting service. You can remove the WPeMatico credits that are normally found on the imported blogs. I hate cluttering my content with any kind of superfluous information because I think it will cause Google to trust my website less, so I love that I can have a clean article with this setting. There are a bunch of other options in the global settings, but they are less important, so I won’t bother mentioning all the rest, but its clear that they have solved many problems over the years with the niche options they have in there. Very cool and even a little overwhelming at first, but they have tooltip explanations for every setting, so it’s not so bad figuring out what everything does. When you have any of the paid versions of the plugin, they offer some additional options that are very useful, such as: Enabling keyword filtering. This is absolutely required for this plugin. You can choose to include all articles that contain the word “running shoes” and exclude any of those articles that contain the word “cleats”. (Maybe your company only sells running shoes without cleats?) There are endless applications for this. You will frequently find that the plugin will fetch irrelevant articles, so you can use this tool to widdle out irrelevant blogs with careful keyword selections. Word count filtering. You can choose to never publish any articles that are less than 75 words, which is about about two paragraphs. Or you can tell it to not publish any articles that are over 8,000 words, which is really quite lengthy. You can choose to remove all links from articles so you aren’t linking out to any competitors or revealing who the source of your article was. Image filters. You can choose to remove individual images on a blog if they are too big or too small. For example, some news website will include a 64×64 or 32×32 icon directly in every article, so it’s nice to be able to remove those so your article looks cleaner. Or you can prevent any image bigger than 2000 pixels from appearing so the load speed of that article doesn’t get too slow. Delete until the end of the line. Let’s say every article you import has a “related articles” blurb thrown into the middle of the article. You can choose to remove any line that begins like this: “RELATED:”, and boom, no more having to delete those manually from each article. This can be applied to Copyrights, All Rights Reserved, “Written by ” lines, advertisements, and so many other things that you don’t want in your articles. Random rewrites. You can choose to use synonyms for certain words if you want to try to avoid duplicate content even further. For example, you can change “gun” into “weapon”, if you want to come off more family friendly. Or you can change “attorney” to “lawyer” if you are trying to target keywords with attorney in it instead of their lawyer variations. There are other cool options here too, but I will move on to the next area of global settings. In the synchronizer settings you can choose how long you want the fetching process to take before it times out. It is recommended you set this to 300 or 600 and never to 0, which will never timeout. This means that if there is an error in any of your RSS feeds and you can’t fetch them for some reason, your website will lock up because it is constantly using its resources to search for something that has broken and disconnected forever. (or until you contact support or backup your site) If your article failed to automatically create a featured image, you can choose a backup option to get a featured image from Google or from Flickr. You can also set a backup image to be used as the featured image in case all other options fail. I created a Photoshop image for my backup featured images and it probably fails to properly fetch a featured image about 50% of the time and has to use my backup image. You can activate your product in the global settings too. You first have to go to etruel.com and log in to your account, then go to “Support”, then click on “License” where you will be prompted to type your website(s) URL. If that saves successfully, you next have to paste in your Product key (which you would have gotten in your original sign up email from Etruel after you bought it) in the backend of WordPress in the “Licenses” tab in the WPeMatico global settings. There are multiple fields where you have to paste in that license key. You have to do this in order to update your plugin when new versions are released. There is a system status option that prints out a debug log that you can send to Etruel support if you ever have any problems. In the individual campaign settings you can do things like: delete all content after a word or phrase. For example, if you see a lot of blogs that end with “Copyright” you can choose to delete everything starting from that word until the end of the article. You can remove the final instance of any HTML tag as well. For example, if you have an HTML button that gets imported at the end of many of your articles that says “Submit a correction”, you can choose to delete the final <button> tags from every article. You could also do this for <aside> tags, or <iframe> tags, or whatever unwanted tags you see. You can flip paragraphs to try to further reduce duplicate content. For example, the 1st paragraph would swap with the 2nd paragraph (so now #2 is at the top of the article). You can also swap paragraphs 3 and 4, and 5 and 6, and so on, until you run out of paragraphs. I think this makes a lot of articles nonsensical, so I don’t use this. You can enter in as many websites as you like that you want to use as sources and the plugin will automatically detect if the RSS or XML feed is usable or not. About 80% of websites tested worked for me. You can schedule how often you want to check your feeds for new blogs that match your criteria. For example, you can check every 10 minutes, or every hour, or once a month, or anything you want. You can also have the plugin re-check old blogs to see if they have been updated since the original fetch and update those articles on your website accordingly. You can also schedule how often you want this re-check to occur. You can add the “nofollow” tag to all links in your fetched articles (unless you turned on the “strip links” option earlier) You can assign those Word to Category options that we discussed above. For example, any article that has the word “soccer” in it, gets assigned to the Soccer category in WordPress. You can add in your positive and negative keyword filters. For example, include all articles that discuss “Electric Vehicles”, but exclude any that have the word “Tesla” in it. This may be useful if you hate Tesla, or want to never write about your competitors, etc. You can assign categories to the fetched blogs so they don’t get labeled something incorrectly. There is a lot of other stuff in the campaign settings, but my hands are getting tired from typing so much. Now, here are a few things I didn’t like, or problems that I encountered along the way. NOT SO GOOD STUFF I don’t think English is the native language of the development team, because all throughout the plugin there are spelling and grammatical errors that sometimes make things confusing. I’d like to be able to provide updated text for a lot of the plugin. They really should “localize” the plugin properly. I had a situation where I changed some settings on the plugin and it suddenly stopped working. I asked for help from the plugin developer and my hosting company, and we were trying different things to fix it, but it mysteriously starting working again about 17 hours later without me touching anything. I have no idea how it broke, or how it fixed itself, but that’s what happened. I have about 30 feeds that I pull from in one of my campaigns, and sometimes I get 20 or 30 articles fetched that meet my criteria, and sometimes I get 0. I am always terrified that I screwed something up when this happens and it makes me very paranoid. It would be nice if they would distinguish between “The plugin is broken” and “We were unable to fetch any articles that match your criteria for the last fetch”. I really don’t know when there might be an issue, or if its actually possible that nothing was viable to import (meaning I have to manually check the original feeds to see if any of the articles really did match my criteria and why the plugin might have missed them and then update the settings and pray for the best). There is a lot of irrelevant articles that appear, and I have been battling for a while to reduce these, but new examples pop up all the time that I’ve never encountered before. I have had to delete or modify at least 25% of all articles ever imported. That is over 1,000 articles I have had to manually inspect and take action on. This is quite laborsome and it would be nice if there was an easier way to reduce irrelvant or spammy blogs being imported. Sometimes blogs are just blank when they import. The headline will look normal, but when I look at the article, its just a blank white space. I don’t even have the normal footer of my website on these pages because they mess up the whole HTML below them as well due to missing closing HTML tags. I always have to manually delete these, and I can’t tell from the backend of WordPress that it was a failed fetch. I’d like to have a way to detect if an article failed to fetch properly and try again before deleting them if the 2nd try doesn’t work. There are frequent duplicates that appear in my fetches. Sometimes they have the exact same headline and the same URL, but each successive repost has a “-2” or “-3”, etc. at the end of it, going up until no more duplicates are left. Sometimes they are just multiple websites writing about the same thing with slightly different headlines. I’d like a system that can detect if something has the exact same headline, or the same body copy, or a slightly reworded headline and not publish any duplicates that are detected. About 50-80% of the time the plugin fails to get a featured image for a blog, meaning it will pull my backup image that I created. Despite the numerous methods that the plugin has to get featured images, they all seem to fail often. If your search criteria is too broad and is trying to fetch hundreds or thousands of articles each time it runs, you will experience very slow loading times when updating or fetching. You might even time out and get a failure. You should try to experiment and see how many blogs you can fetch at once before the load times get unbearable for you or crash the process. I like to get about 10 or 20 per hour (240 to 480 new articles per day) to ensure things don’t spiral out of control. This is such a powerful tool I think someone could easily mess something up if they aren’t thoughtful about the consequences of their decisions. There is so much stuff going on with the plugin, that sometimes I take notes about every little change I make, or I record my screen while I am working so I can reference the video later if I ever think I caused a problem. Although this is probably very rare, I encountered a problem earlier today with chat support on the etruel website. The person I was talking with about an issue kept having their internet disconnected over and over again. Every time this would happen I would get auto-transferred to a different chat representative who would tell me to hold 5 minutes while they tried to reconnect me with my previous agent (the one who keeps getting disconnected over and over again). This happened probably 4 or 5 times and it added about a half hour onto the time I normally would have spent on this type of chat. It would have been better to keep me with one of the new representatives. When I first installed the plugin, I didn’t realize you had to activate the License on both the etruel website and the global settings, so I couldn’t download the newest version of the plugin for a couple weeks because I had no idea why it wouldn’t update. There was no real instructions or notification that I had to do this at all. There is a general lack of instructions or videos surrounding the plugin, so it feels a little bit stumbling around in the dark sometimes, but in truth everything is laid out logically and makes just enough sense for you to quickly move through the settings and get it working. I wanted to make this extremely long review to help potential buyers be better informed about what it’s really like using the tool, good and bad. The impact on my website Since installing the plugin, every week has been a new all time high for me in terms of traffic. We are also getting more leads and every day we are gaining new keywords that we rank for in Google. I still combine this with the well-researched articles that we write the old-fashioned way because those articles rank the best and make up about 80-90% of my traffic, but this additional boost of 10-20% extra traffic is fantastic and I hope that percentage keeps growing. This “bonus traffic” that I am getting is also showing Google that my website is more active and authoritative because we’re able to create that astonishing volume that has been working for our competitors for so long. I feel like we are competing neck and neck again with our competitors and it’s an awesome feeling. The bottom line WPeMatico is an incredibly powerful tool that has the capability to quickly increase your website’s traffic, leads, authority, backlinks, and keyword rankings. It is also inexpensive, has great support, and tons of options to get your imported content looking just the way you want it. The team has clearly understood the need for such a tool and its obvious how much time and effort they put into every aspect of the plugin. Even though I mentioned a few negatives, I choose to overlook those things because I know they are all temporary issues that will be solved by the team (just like all the hundreds of other issues they have figured out) and the myriad of pros drastically outweigh the few issues I have had. Although this plugin is far from “set it and forget it”, it is a fun experience to change your settings and see the little improvements every time it runs. I’m very close to getting everything exactly the way I want it, and it has been a blast figuring things out all by myself. So, that’s all I have to say about the plugin for now. I’m going with 5 stars because of how impressed I am by this tool and the incredible impact it has made on my website so far. I would definitely recommend this for just about any website because it works.
15 Φεβρουαρίου 2024
Using the Free version also helps a lot but with premium membership you can enjoy advance features with great control on content.
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Σύνοψη αλλαγών

2.7.3 Jun 18, 2024

  • Improves RDF feeds compatibility.
  • Fixes an issue getting the source permalink.
  • Fixes an issue with $sMessage variable on campaign logs.
  • Fixes issues with “/” character on some fields when duplicate campaigns.
  • Added some warning texts for LiteSpeed servers on System Status Page.

2.7.2 Jun 12, 2024

  • Fixes call PHP ini_restore when the function is disabled in PHP.
  • Tweaks on the new Settings banner to show just the summary of the new release instead the entire content.
  • Fixes a wrong variable name.
  • Improves styles and fixes responsive on System Status page.
  • Makes the texts translatable on the screen and the help on the tools page.
  • Improves language files.

2.7.1 Jun 7, 2024

  • Bump to WP 6.6
  • Tweaks on responsive style on System Status page.
  • Fixes Help tab on Tools page showing bad contents.
  • Fixes bad links to System Status in the new Tools page on notices or errors
  • Fixes title banner for old version and MDM Giveaway.

2.7 Jun 3, 2024

Major Version 2.7 focuses on code improvements and documentations follow the standards of WordPress coding developments.
Recommended update it on testing environments before update on production websites.


  • New WPeMatico Canonicals feature on Settings Page. Activated by default
  • New improved batch method to optimize performance on fetching processes.
  • New improved method to check and show broken campaigns on the campaigns List.
  • New Page Tools to group features useful for WPeMatico.
  • New feature to avoid or include Shorts on YouTube Campaign types.
  • New feature to export / import all the WPeMatico Settings.
  • New popup to see the last log after run the campaign.
  • New improvements in duplicate posts control by refining the hash codes.
  • A new improved Changelog on About page.
  • A new dismissable banner to show the last changelog on Settings page.
  • Some minor cosmetic improvements.
  • Updated javascript vSort library to 1.2.2
  • Changed all ini_set to custom function to allow log all the values.
  • Added SimplePie version to System Status Page.
  • Many code improvements and commented functions.


  • Fixes on getting bad source permalink on some cases by empty feed tags.
  • Fixes some malformed values saved on Copy Campaign Quick Action.
  • Fixes some issues and warnings on Campaigns List page.
  • Fixes some warnings and minor bugs on Preview campaign.
  • Fixes set_time_limit() ERROR on websites with function disabled.
  • Fixes many deprecated messages on jQuery functions calls.

Recent (may break) changes:

  • Removed the custom Simplepie library of the Settings and the plugin (finally).
  • New improved method to manage hashes of campaigns and permalinks on duplicated posts control.
  • New ‘wpematico_custom_simplepie’ filter to correct an old incorrect behavior on ‘Wpematico_process_fetching’.
  • The titles feature was improved to use a new added filter.
  • On plugin update will be queued a process to upgrade each campaign to the newly way on hash creation to control post duplicates.
  • NOTE: Enlarges the version required for the Professional addon to 2.20

See all detailed changelog at wpematico Releases

2.6.25 May 30, 2024

  • Added MDM notifications

Last version on 2.6.x series!!

We will soon reach one million downloads and we will celebrate it with the 2.7 major version.
And not only that, but we are also prepared a big celebration for a whole month!
In which we will release the new versions with many new free features,
but we will also make many free gifts for all our community of WordPress users, customers and friends.
The month of June is coming strong! Don’t miss it! Follow everything on this link!
* Millon Downloads Month

2.6.24 Mar 25, 2024

  • Improves compatibilities with WordPress 6.5
  • Fixes some PHP warnings on campaigns list.

2.6.23 Feb 23, 2024

  • Bump to WP 6.5
  • Fixes the fetch and download of audio/video files from the content of feed items to the WordPress Media.

2.6.22 Jan 15, 2024

  • Improved compatibilities.
  • Fixes an issue on remove first image on content with Fifu option activated.
  • Stay tuned. We are preparing everything for the major update 2.7.
  • More details at wpematico Releases

2.6.21 Oct 17, 2023

  • Improves compatibilities for titles with Professional and Facebook Fetcher addons.
  • Added new filter on get the title of each post to allow parsers on it.
  • Fixes few issues on Addons page and actions.
  • Fixes deprecated notices on Welcome and About pages.
  • Fixes all old links from PRO to Essentials Extensions.

Earlier versions

For the changelog of earlier versions, please refer to changelog.md file or the changelog on wpematico.com.

0.1 Nov 17, 2010

  • initial release in WordPress Repository