Pee Aye Creative Newsletter Recap of February 2024

Pee-Aye Creative Monthly Newsletter For February 2024

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Welcome to the Pee-Aye Creative monthly newsletter recap for the month of February 2024 with family, Divi, and product news.

Divi News

Elegant Themes released several bug fixes in February, versions 4.24.1 and 4.24.2. Nick Roach also shared a progress update on Divi 5.0, which is mostly about the bugs they fixed, but some exciting information about how things like presets and global colors will be handled better in the future. Divi 5.0 Dev Beta versions 12 and 13 were released during February, which have the new interface enabled by default.

Product News

Here is all the product news for this month!

Divi Dynamic Helper Plugin Feature Update 1.4

ACF Options Page Support Added To Divi Dynamic Helper!

🎉 I have some exciting news! Our latest update to the Divi Dynamic Helper plugin brings a game-changing feature: support for displaying data from Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) PRO Options Pages directly within Divi modules! This update unlocks a world of possibilities, empowering you to create richer, more dynamic websites with Divi and ACF. Be sure to watch the video and check the blog post to get all the details about how it works.

Divi Assistant Plugin by Pee Aye Creative 1.1.2

More Divi Assistant Features!

We are continually adding more features to Divi Assistant, and if you have not been keeping up, please check the changelog! We recently had people requesting features that we already added 🙂 As you can see, a huge update is coming very soon too!

Divi Social Sharing Buttons Maker Plugin by Pee Aye Creative

15 More Networks Added To Divi Social Sharing Buttons Maker

The Divi Social Sharing Buttons Maker already has incredible design, layout, and sharing options which make this plugin so popular. Since the plugin is mature in that way, we decided to do a development sprint to add as many new social networks as possible. You can see the new ones in our version 2.3 release post and video.

Introducing WP Inbox Bring WordPress Data To Your Inbox Gmail

Try Our new WP Inbox For Free!

Just last month, we released WP Inbox, our brand-new WordPress plugin. WP Inbox is a unique and meets a specific need for ecommerce stores, membership sites, course sites, and more. It takes the data from WordPress and displays it in your inbox when you are communicating with that user! Pretty cool, huh?

Behind The Scenes

I am trying something new this month by adding a “behind the scenes” section to the newsletter.

This year, I am focussing majorly on improvements to existing things. This includes our brand, website, products, and membership. We are working a website and brand facelift, new ways to view our resources, and at least 6 new membership perks! We have so many fun and helpful things planned, but I can’t reveal them yet. Keep watching for our monthly newsletter, and if you are a member, you will get notified about the new perks when they release.

I also have been busy getting our website ready for the BETA launch of WP SiteLauncher! If you have not singed up for the waiting list for more info, please be sure to do that here: https://wpsitelauncher.com/

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  1. John Hunter

    Hey Nelson, don’t miss the chance to see a total eclipse – I wouldn’t bother to cross the road for a partial eclipse – in fact I forgot to go outside the last time we had one here. But we flew all the way from the UK to watch the last total eclipse in Helen, Georgia and it was well worth the trip. I wasn’t the only one welling up at the awesomeness of it. x

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    • Nelson Lee Miller (aka The Divi Teacher) <span class="comment-author-role-label author-label">Author</span>

      Thanks John, I’m glad to hear you say that. We do want to see it, it is going to be really good, and 3 minutes and 15 seconds long. We wanted to go to Erie, Pennsylvania, but the hotels and AirBnBs went up like crazy for those dates, like form $150/night to $1,200/night. We’ll figure something out, it is at 3 PM so we could drive in and back out.

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