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Contractor Offers Help Toolset Clients get Custom Work from Peers

Toolset support handles around 1,000 tickets every month. If you’ve ever used our support, you probably know that we’re doing our absolute very best to resolve problems and come up with creative solutions. However, sometimes you may need work which is beyond our support. To answer this need, we’re proud to introduce Contractor Offers. The idea is to allow Toolset …

Need More Power for Toolset Membership Sites?

We want to make it easier to build fully-featured membership sites with Toolset. To do this, we need to know what you need, so we can make it exactly right for you. Spoiler: our plan is to take the custom code that we’ve created for our own accounts system and offer it as part of …

Changes Coming to NEW Toolset Accounts

In a few days, we’re going to make another small change to Toolset accounts. We’ll be renaming the accounts and slightly changing their content. This change is only for NEW accounts and has zero effect on all clients with existing accounts. Upcoming Toolset account options The new accounts will be: AccountIntended forIncludessitesPrice PresentationSetting up and …

Toolset and Elementor integration is here

In the last few weeks, we have worked hand-in-hand with the Elementor team. Today, we are happy to announce the first 2 features of our integration. Building powerful and beautiful websites in minutes Elementor is a visual design control tool for everything inside of your WordPress website: posts, pages, archives, header, footer and (since Today) WooCommerce elements. Combined …

More information about Azure API implementation in Toolset Maps 1.5

Last week, we released Toolset Maps 1.5 with support for Azure Maps. After receiving a lot of valuable and positive feedback, we want to share more information about this integration. This includes supported features, what we are currently working on, and more. Features currently working with Azure Maps Let’s start with a list of features …