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Automattic 1h
Replying to @CriticalCoverUp
What error do you encounter?
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TechCrunch 5h
Automattic acquires subscription payment company Prospress by
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WooCommerce 5h
We’re excited to announce that has acquired , developers of WooCommerce Subscriptions. We’re delighted to have Brent Shepherd and team on board to jointly develop our recurring payments solution.
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Automattic 6h
Replying to @Cmrn_DP
Thank you for a great session!
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Automattic May 21
Replying to @nate_petersen
It seems to be working well for me, perhaps a temporary issue?
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Automattic May 21
Replying to @stephBoisvert
Sennheiser SC 30 USB ;)
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Automattic May 20
Replying to @BATMAN_08_
That can depend on which position you're applying for, but please note we do receive quite a few applications, and are not always able to respond to each one.
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Automattic May 16
Replying to @heathr
You can use the web app here:
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Automattic May 16
"Talent is evenly distributed around the globe, but opportunity is not." Share and subscribe to founder ’s new podcast and blog on the future of distributed work:
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🦝🤖🧟‍♀️ May 15
At , we're applying our product development process to our hiring process by running some user research. Starting with understanding what works in hiring experienced women developers - and what doesn't.
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Automattic May 15
"Even if you haven’t mastered the art of talking about your own work in a way that doesn’t feel like bragging, you need to learn to talk about the work of your team in a way that reflects well on them. " for on rebranding internal teams:
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Automattic May 14
"Working on the Design Ops team at Automattic, the designers we hire are our users. We can map the journey, and design their experience, just as we would for users of our products."
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Automattic May 13
Replying to @Molly_Bergen
Hi Molly! Thanks for reaching out to us. Someone should be reaching out to you shortly regarding your inquiry.
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Automattic May 12
Replying to @Reita @aleximenez
Please report sites that violate our terms of service here:
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Automattic May 10
Replying to @arrafiq
Feel free to reach out via
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Automattic May 10
Replying to @arrafiq
We are still growing that remote workforce!
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Automattic May 1
Work is not always beaches, and exotic locations. Sometimes you get a flat tire.
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Automattic Apr 30
Replying to @keirdubois
Yes, plugins are only available for the Business Plan on sites: but the workaround we described above should allow you to use the classic editor. Your site should stay with the classic editor moving forward once it is selected.
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Automattic Apr 30
Replying to @keirdubois
You can switch to the classic editor by clicking on the three dots (next to the cog icon) at the top of the post or page editor and selecting "Switch to Classic Editor".
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Automattic Apr 30
Replying to @keirdubois
Are you referring to the Classic Editor plugin? Or using the classic editor on a free site?
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