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  1. Jeremy Herve

    Several sites would not load the Plan screen and instead showed a flashing “loading” display, even after disconnecting and re-connecting to WordPress.com.

    Sorry to hear that! Don’t hesitate to contact us and give us some examples of the sites where you experienced issues, we’ll take a closer look!

    Thanks!

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  2. Mahesh Waghmare

    Awesome!!! Hope other developers implement ReactJS for user interactions.

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  3. John

    Modules are now grouped by categories. That results in a couple of more clicks to find the one you are looking for…

    Why not just add the previous alphabetic listing of all modules, as a category, next to the others?

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    • Jeremy Herve

      We’re currently working on adding more options to that settings screen, to allow you to search, filter, and bulk activate modules like you in the old interface. You can follow our progress here.

      Until we ship the next iteration of the Jetpack dashboard, you can click on the Search icon and you’ll immediately see a list of all the modules.
      Another alternative would be to go to the old Settings URL, /wp-admin/admin.php?page=jetpack_modules, that is still available in your dashboard.

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  4. Yogi Patel

    Yeah, It’s user interface is simple, modern and fast compare to previous version. I think its best feature is traffic stats showing comparision with old stats.

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