There are two ways to set your websites to wait for the next version of WordPress (instead of updating to the current one): in bulk, across multiple sites, or on a site-by-site basis.
Login to your Glow account.
Once logged in, click on
Tasks from the main left hand menu.
Tasks screen will load the
WordPress tab from the inner menu automatically.
Across the top of the
WordPress screen, you will notice that the page has loaded on the
By version tab by default.
(If you want to perform this action on a site-by-site basis, move down to Step 8 below).
In order to use the
Wait function in Glow, there first needs to be an update available – otherwise there is nothing to wait for.
The available updates are represented in different information bars across the middle of the screen, with the number of websites that require that particular update, indicated to the right hand side.
Click on any of the information bars to expand the panel.
The header of the panel will now have changed colour, indicating that it’s open.
In the expanded panel will be a list of the websites that require this version upgrade.
To begin the
Wait process, click on the checkbox to the left of each of the websites that you would like to set to wait.
Having clicked on the checkboxes you will notice that the
Update buttons in the bottom right corner of the panel are now clickable.
Click on the
A few things will now happen:
- The websites that you selected will disappear from the panel
- The number of sites requiring an update in the header of the panel will have reduced by the number you chose to update
WordPress section of the client area for each of the websites you selected will now display a
Waiting note on the
If you instead want to perform the wait action on a site-by-site basis, you can do this from the Client Area or by clicking on the
By client tab across the top of the