Settings Menu

The settings are located in the Admin Panel > Multisite Sync. Please make sure you have the weLaunch Plugin installed & you are logged in as a user with network wide access.

General Sync Settings

In the general synchronization settings you can enable / disable the plugin. Then you can decide if you want to receive log / report emails, that contain the cronjobs processed data.

At the bottom you will see your active Cronjobs and you can manually run the sync process.

enable multisite synchronization plugin
enable multisite synchronization plugin

Cronjob Settings

Every cronjob has the same settings, you can enable / disable. You can choose if you want to run the job on publish (when a post is created) or on update.

Then you can define when the job should run (every minute, 10 minutes, half an hour, hourly, daily, twice daily, weekly or monthly). Set your source site, the destination site(s) and the posts types you want to sync.

If posts not exists, you can enable to create them – if posts exists you can choose if you want to update them on a specific key.

Also you can exclude posts by ID, post meta data and set a new post status. Data like taxonomies, post meta, images and tags can also be disabled per cronjob.

configure a sync cronjob
configure a sync cronjob

Data to Sync

This is globally and will effect what Data will be copied and what not. This mainly is general post data.

choose what data you want to sync
choose what data you want to sync

4 thoughts on “Setup Multisite Sync

  1. Denver says:

    Hello, I am setting up a WP multisite website using wpcs. The purpose is to create a network of WooCommerce stores where products and selected blogs are synchronised with the main store and blog. Is it possible to synchronise attributes and categories? So when a change is made on the main store the other stores are changed? I’m trying to understand the best way to set this up.

    Thanks
    Denver

  2. Hammy Havoc says:

    Can I choose only certain tags/metadata to sync to certain sites?

    E.g. The source site is a record label, and I only want the `Release` CPTs with the metadata ofa specific artist to go to a specific artist’s site, can I do that whilst simultaneously syncing other releases to other artist sites?

    • Daniel says:

      Yes you can setup cronjobs to only run for specific terms or tags. That supports native, but also all custom taxonomies and CPTs.

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