Welcome to the September edition of our monthly product update for WP Travel Engine!
As always, we are happy to present our plugin’s latest developments and enhancements, ensuring an optimized and user-friendly experience for all our users.
While we didn’t release any major features in September, we’ve been working on improving the performance of your travel booking websites with the WP Travel Engine plugin. We’ve fixed bugs and made improvements, making the plugin smooth.
So, without further ado, let’s dive right in!
New feature in September
Trip Duration column: We have added a new feature to our WP Travel Engine plugin: Trip Duration in the trip details table.
This new feature will allow you to quickly and easily see how long each of your trips is.
Fixes in September
We addressed and resolved several issues this month, including:
- Resolved the warning on customer post type.
- Fixed the same date, different pax issue.
- Corrected the issue of seats booked on one package affecting other package seats.
- Added data in inventory to fix packages on the same date booked issue.
- Fixed the Reply-To email address functionality.
- Resolved an issue with the booking_url tag in email templates.
What are we building in October?
This October, we’re dedicated to refining and enhancing our plugin, focusing on details to deliver top performance.
Additionally, we continue developing new Gutenberg Blocks, enabling users to easily change and arrange blocks on single trip pages, achieving a refined design without technical challenges.
We are confident these improvements will help your travel business thrive.
We are committed to improving the WP Travel Engine plugin and making it the best travel booking solution for our users.
We constantly work on new features and enhancements and would love to hear your feedback. What features would you like to see in future versions of the plugin?
We are eager to hear your thoughts, suggestions, and ideas.