WP Ninjas Friday Roundup 1/22

Welcome back to the WP Ninjas Friday Roundup! Despite the shuttering of schools and businesses across the Southeastern US due to the threat of the possibility of the outside chance of up to maybe 1/36th inch of snowfall, everything around here is still full tilt towards the release of Ninja Forms #Three! We still have some great content to review too! With that thought in mind, the majority of our offerings today are on Three in our Discover Three series, which has quickly ballooned into eight separate upcoming feature reviews. We’ll look at all that and more below!

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Discover #Three

We have an eight part video series here now as Ninja Forms Three features continue to be implemented and polished with an eye towards official release in February. Last week we brought you UX/UI, Drag and Drop, and Field Staging features. This week you can venture over to take a look at:

It’s exciting stuff! Take a look! Also on Ninjaforms.com…

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https://ninjaforms.com/ninja-forms-submission-notifications-get-notifications-about-your-notifications/

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That’s it for this week! We’ll get back to trying to dig out of the mountains of snow while simultaneously wrapping up and polishing Ninja Forms Three. Have fun, be prosperous, and see you next week!

What mountains of snow look like in Tennessee, credit to Devin Balram at robinphotoco.com

What mountains of snow look like in Tennessee, credit to Devin Balram at robinphotoco.com