WC Vendors Marketplace 2.1.6 released – Update Now

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We have recently released an update for WC Vendors Marketplace: v 2.1.6!

Whats New?

This release has mostly been to address some outstanding issues and introduce some new internal code. We have also added the ability to subscribe to our mailing list in our setup wizard.

Language files updated

We have also updated all the shipped language files to ensure that the language string references are up to date and correct. If you choose to use the community supplied translation files instead of creating your own.


We have address a couple of issues in this release that include the “Update failed” message when editing the pages with shortcodes in the new WordPress Gutenberg editor.


* Added: newsletter signup in setup wizard
* Added: New vendor capabilities
* Updated: Tested to 5.2.0 alpha
* Updated: Language files
* Fixed: Saving some shortcodes get Update failed notice in Gutenberg #540
* Fixed: Commission table issue in Firefox #539
* Fixed: Incorrect link for listing edit products
* Fixed: Several language references


The update will show up in your plugins updates within the next 24 hours from WordPress.org


If you have any issues or questions be sure to post them to our support forums on wordpress.org

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