Managing multiple client websites used to be a time-consuming and detailed process for me.
Logging in, checking WordPress core, themes and plugins for updates as well as confirming backups and security were working correctly for each site took time.
When I discovered the online ManageWP website service for client website management, I was thrilled! Now I could manage my clients’ websites easily from one dashboard.
It’s one of my favorite online services!
Their dashboard makes it straightforward for me to check my client websites without having to log in to each site.
I can quickly view the easy-to-understand dashboard for necessary updates, review comments, optimize the site, and get customer support from ManageWP when I need it.
What’s clear to me in the two years I’ve used ManageWP is the care they’ve taken to improve the user experience.
One example is the log out process.
Going the Extra Mile to Log Out
Have you ever bought something online via a PayPal link or button?
- You select the link/button and are taken to the PayPal site to log in to your account and complete your purchase
- Once you’ve made your purchase, you might see a link asking if you want to return to the site
- But you’re not prompted to log out of your PayPal account
- And if you don’t remember to do it, you have a security risk
What does all that have to do with using ManageWP and logging out?
With ManageWP, in addition to managing sites without logging in, you can log in to a website via the Manage WP dashboard.
Which is super helpful if you noticed something you want to check or review on your client’s site.
When you’ve finished your review on the client site, you return to ManageWP.
Once you’re done with your work, you select the option to log out of ManageWP.
That’s where ManageWP shines.
- First, ManageWP’s menu allows you to choose to Log out of ManageWP or Log out of my websites.
- Second, if you choose the Log out of ManageWP option, a message displays alerting you that you may be still logged in to websites.
And you can select one of two options: log out of all your websites and ManageWP or log out of ManageWP.
What a nice feature!
Even the alert message, “No thanks, just log me out of ManageWP” has been crafted with care.
It’s a small thing, but having two options to log out has made a big difference for my work.
I’ve used both options and can say I appreciate not having to remember if I didn’t log out of a client’s site.
And I loved not having to log back into a client’s site after logging out of ManageWP.
Small details go far in creating great user experiences.
ManageWP has taken into consideration the various ways customers use their service and updated their features to match customers’ needs.
Thank you, ManageWP for making my log out experience easier.