OneStock for WooCommerce Release 1.1.1 is now available! This new version brings an important update related to the licensing system of our shops. In fact, the license activation section of the plugin has been properly updated.
Let’s have a closer look to OneStock 1.1.1 new update.
License system update
We upgraded the license system in our on line shops and, as a result, in order to activate OneStock for WooCommerce Release 1.1.1 or later, the customer has to use two new parameters. But before proceeding further, let’s take a step back.
In OneStock previous versions the customer could activate the plugin through the use of two parameters: the Api Key and the Email Address.
Now instead these two values will not be valid anymore with the latest version, because the activation of the plugin will rely on the use of the Master Api Key and the Product Id.
Therefore, the users will be able to find these new values in their Account page: https://wp-onestock.com/my-account/.
Of course, in order to help also the users that still have an older plugin version, also the previous Api Key will be available for a limited period in the users Account section of the on line shop. But this key will be now renamed as Deprecated Api Key.
For more info about the new licensing system of OneStock for WooCommerce Release 1.1.1 we set a dedicated document that provides more info about the license change, and you can refer to it through the following link: https://wp-onestock.com/docs/onestock-for-woocommerce-license-update/
Changelog for OneStock 1.1.1
Here follows the changelog:
- License system update
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