PressForward 4.2: Announcing the Addition of PressForward API Endpoints

In PressForward 4.1 we announced the first step toward a set of PressForward API endpoints in conjunction with the WP-API. In 4.1 we added PressForward metadata to the post endpoint and today we’re excited to announce the addition of several new endpoints that expose PressForward metadata about feed items, feeds, and folders. As we previously […]

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Announcing the Addition of PressForward Data to the WP API with PressForward 4.1

Today the PressForward team is pleased to announce the release of PressForward 4.1, an update to our WordPress plugin that enables the aggregation of RSS / ATOM feeds and the curation of web publications. Version 4.1 of PressForward serves as the first step toward the release of a complete PressForward Application Programming Interface (API). The […]

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Big Performance Upgrades with PressForward 4.0

Today we’re excited to announce the release of PressForward 4.0. Our newest release continues our move toward a dependency injected structure and brings significant performance upgrades as well as several feature enhancements. Updates to the Open Graph library, the methodology for building nominations in the Nominate This Bookmarklet, and changes to how post meta is […]

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Version 2.0 of the PressForward Turnkey Theme Released

Today we are excited to announce the release of version 2.0 of the PressForward Turnkey Theme.  Designed to complement the workflow of PressForward, our Turnkey theme aids scholars in quickly creating easily customizable PressForward publications. While the theme has been available for download on GitHub since last summer, revisions to the WordPress Theme Submission Requirements […]

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Announcing an Entirely New Codebase Structure with PressForward 3.9

Today we’re excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.9, which features a complete overhaul of the codebase to improve stability and pave the way for exciting future developments. With the release of version 3.9,  PressForward takes its first step into an entirely new backend structure. After four years of constant development the core code […]

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PressForward 3.8

Last week the PressForward team released PressForward 3.8. Our latest release includes numerous bug fixes and enhances the functionality of the Nominate This bookmarklet, user permissions, and OPML functionality. Notably, the functionality of the Send to Draft button, located in All Content, has been restored. Also included in our latest version, is a new site preference that allows […]

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PressForward 3.7

The PressForward team is excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.7, an update to our WordPress plugin that helps you collect, discuss, and share content from the web. In addition to numerous bug fixes, this update brings refinements to the Subscribed Feeds panel and new features to the feed submission and management process. This […]

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PressForward Institute Welcome

[Note: this is a lightly edited and linked transcript of the Welcome that I gave for the PressForward Institute last week. — JFT] It is so nice to be here and to meet you all in person. And I am so glad that you all are here to meet each other. This PressForward Institute is […]

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PressForward 3.6 Release

The PressForward team is excited to announce the release of PressForward 3.6, an update to our WordPress plugin that helps you collect, discuss, and share content from the web.  This update increases the available methods of aggregating and organizing content with the introduction of new OPML (Outbound Processor Markup Language) features. OPML files allow users […]

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PressForward 3.4 Update

The PressForward team is pleased to announce the release of PressForward 3.4, an update to our WordPress plugin that enables the aggregation of RSS / ATOM feeds and the curation of web publications. This update includes enhancements to usability, the user interface, as well as some major bug fixes. Several bugs related to filtering or […]

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