Please can you explain this idea further?
Supposing that you’re doing something like storing your backups in a structure like….
…. etc., how would the tagging clarify the ownership any further? i.e. Since dividers are already a way of creating a hierarchy, what would be added by tagging?
You can achieve this already by using the settings import/export feature, in the “Tools” tab. To do so:
– Make a blank install
– Set the settings for your schedule, only, and export the settings
Then, when you begin on a new site, you can import your chosen setting with your schedules, and then configure the rest that is specific to the site.
Thanks for this idea. I have added it to our internal task tracker to get someone to look into what’s involved.
It’d be helpful if you could give some more information on your side. Why do you use this program – what are its benefits? It’s helpful for us to understand customer use cases and motivations.
I see – some kind of multi-select capability would be useful?
N.B. That can already be done in the UpdraftPlus settings on the website itself, or centrally from UpdraftCentral.
I was extremely dissapointed when Updraft didn’t support service accounts for object storage access. I will not give my wordpress installation / updraft access to all our Google Cloud content, so this “feature” as is now is unusable…