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- Release Notes
Add-Meta-Tags is an ever evolving project. All new features and bug fixes can be found in great detail by checking the project's roadmap. Although every effort is made so as to preserve backwards compatibility, the functionality, to which you've been used, might slightly change after a major release. Here we outline some key notes about major new features or functionality changes you should be aware of.
Highlights of the latest releases¶
- Support for Accelerated Mobile Pages as generated by the AMP plugin has been implemented.
- Standard content and metadata analysis has been added. This feature is still experimental.
- The new Metadata Review Mode panel of the admin bar is now available.
- This release makes use of the non-persistent object caching mechanism of WordPress to optimize its commonly used utility functions.
- Metadata caching using the WordPress Transients API has been implemented.
- Can now generate metadata for BuddyPress profiles.
- The Add-Meta-Tags command line interface wp-cli amt command has been implemented. [wp-cli](https://wp-cli.org) is a requirement.
- Advanced SEO title customization has been built into Add-Meta-Tags.
- Adding social profile URLs for the publisher on a per user basis is no longer possible. The publisher's social profile URLs can now be entered in the Publisher Settings section of the plugin settings.
- Experimental build-in support for the popular multilingual plugins WPML and Polylang has been implemented.
- A basic template tag for the generation of a semantic breadcrumb trail for hierarchically structured content types, such as pages, is available for use in your themes.
- Add-Meta-Tags supports the generation of metadata for product and product group pages for the WooCommerce and Easy-Digital-Downloads e-commerce plugins.
Note about older releases¶
No release notes are available for older releases.