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I installed Ninja Forms as I was building my new site on a local server. Seemed very easy to use.
But as I looked into the actual migration to a hosted site, I learned that the only way to keep my current WordPress subscribers (not signed up via email) was by using Jetpack.
Most of what I'm seeing here isn't very positive. But it's also a year or more old. So I hope you'll forgive me for revisiting the issue.
I'd like to keep my subscribers. And the stats are nice. But I don't want to cause problems or conflicts. Do I keep Ninja Forms for the forms and is there a way to only use Jetpack for subscribers and stats? Do I uninstall Ninja Forms and use Jetpack to create contact and any other forms?
I can't show you my site, because I'm still in the midst of getting it organized with my new host. I'm using Parallax, though. (The URL is for my site on WP.com as it is now...)
Thanks in advance - these forums have been an invaluable education to me!http://mcahalane.com
As you posted this a while ago, I hope you were able to get your issue resolved. If it is resolved, please mark this thread as “resolved”, so it can be closed.
If you are still having issues, report back here, and I will try to escalate.
However, I think that your issue requires some more in-depth look into the features of the plugins that you mentioned. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in a custom solution.
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