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    Matt-Sc
    Getting Started

    Changes to basic and deluxe managed wordpress

    Hi

    We saw in RCC dashboard that basic and deluxe managed wordpress tiers were being replaced today with new plans that include SSLs.  This is great, thank you!

     

    I note in RCC Products > Set Pricing, that Basic and Deluxe managed wordpress have indeed been updated, with descriptions that note the inclusion of SSL and adjusted prices.  How long does it take for this update to be reflected on our Storefront and also our Reseller Plugin?  We're new here so not sure how these changes roll out.  Thanks.

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    ablake
    Community Manager

    Hey @Matt-Sc

     

    You probably already see your changes live on Storefront & WordPress by now, but the usual time frame for seeing changes take effect on Storefront is around 3 hours. It can be quicker than that, but time frame is determined by how long the API takes to clear its cache.

     

    Hope that information helps you plan your future changes and updates.

     

     

    Angela B - GoDaddy | Community Manager | 24/7 support available at x.co/247support | Remember to choose a solution and give kudos.

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    ablake
    Community Manager

    Hey @Matt-Sc

     

    You probably already see your changes live on Storefront & WordPress by now, but the usual time frame for seeing changes take effect on Storefront is around 3 hours. It can be quicker than that, but time frame is determined by how long the API takes to clear its cache.

     

    Hope that information helps you plan your future changes and updates.

     

     

    Angela B - GoDaddy | Community Manager | 24/7 support available at x.co/247support | Remember to choose a solution and give kudos.

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