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What is it? It's a light connected to your WordPress site (or to your web if you're a developer). The light is normally off, and when something happens it blinks. It can work both as an alert and k...Read More…
It's a light connected to your WordPress site (or to your web if you're a developer). The light is normally off, and when something happens it blinks.
It can work both as an alert and keep blinking like a notification counter until you do something and it can work as an event monitor and make a single blink everytime something happens.
If you have a blog, you can make it blink when there are some comments to approve. If you have an eCommerce, you can make it blink when there are new orders. If you have a magazine with many authors, you can make it blink when there are new articles waiting for approval. If you want your site always up to date you can make it blink when there are WordPress updates to install. You can make it blink when users are sharing your contents... And so on...
It works with a Micro USB power (work with your smartphone plug, no batteries). The shape is 3D printed. It comes with an easy to use WordPress plugin, so you can easily configure your WPLight to blink based on one of the following rules: Pending comments, pending posts, WordPress and plugins updates.
If you use WooCommerce plugin you can make it blink on hold and processing orders, with Top Stories plugin it can blink everytime someone shares a post.
You can connect many WPLight to the same WordPress site.
You can create your own trigger (if you are a developer).
The WPLight comes with API to let you build your own software to talk with it. For example you could make it blink for new incoming emails, or if a site is down, or whatever you want! You can also connect it to IFTTT using the Maker channel.
The WPLight is easy to configure, you can use your smartphone or a computer with wi-fi connection: just connect the power and you will see the WPLight in the list of available wi-fi networks. Connect to that network to configure the light. You have to enter only the wi-fi credentials to connect to Internet and the url of your site. Then you can disconnect and reconnect the lamp, it will remember the credentials to connect to wi-fi and it will know what to do! The first time you have also to install the plugin on your WordPress and choose the command to turn on your WPLight
Watch the video to see it working!
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