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What is ManageWP?

ManageWP is a WordPress management console that allows users to manage multiple WordPress sites with ease.

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  • Bulk management (5)
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  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $1 per month
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What is ManageWP?

ManageWP is a WordPress management dashboard designed to allow users to manage multiple WordPress sites with ease. From one centralized platform, users can perform individual or bulk updates and streamline maintenance tasks across all one's (or client) sites — no matter where they are hosted.

As a freemium product, it allows users to manage and maintain an unlimited number of WordPress sites completely free (using core features) with a premium tier reserved for advanced tools or automation.

Key features | Everything needed to automate a workflow
  • Centralized dashboard for site organization and managagement with 1-click website access.
  • FREE monthly backups (with premium options available).
  • Bulk update everything (WordPress plugins, themes and core) with a single click.
  • Site monitoring (uptime monitoring, security, SEO rank, website traffic and more).
  • Security and Performance checks.
  • Fully customizable Client Reports.

ManageWP Features

  • Supported: Backups
  • Supported: Clone/Migrate tool
  • Supported: Uptime Monitor
  • Supported: Safe Updates
  • Supported: Security Check
  • Supported: Performance Check
  • Supported: Client Reports
  • Supported: White Label
  • Supported: Maintenance Mode
  • Supported: Code Snippets
  • Supported: SEO Ranking
  • Supported: Local Sync
  • Supported: Manage Plugins & Themes
  • Supported: Vulnerability Updates
  • Supported: Team Collaboration
  • Supported: Website Template Builder
  • Supported: Link Monitor

ManageWP Screenshots

Screenshot of ManageWP Overview page with Action centerScreenshot of ManageWP Websites page - landing page for website managementScreenshot of ManageWP Add-ons/Price breakdown pageScreenshot of ManageWP Security check with vulnerabilities detected on a number of websites

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ManageWP Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported LanguagesEN

Frequently Asked Questions

ManageWP is a WordPress management console that allows users to manage multiple WordPress sites with ease.

ManageWP starts at $1.

MainWP, InfiniteWP, and WP Remote are common alternatives for ManageWP.

Reviewers rate API and Bulk management and Internationalization / multi-language highest, with a score of 10.

The most common users of ManageWP are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees).
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ManageWP has become an essential tool for users looking to efficiently manage and maintain multiple WordPress websites. Users have found that the software solves a multitude of problems, such as keeping client websites up to date with the latest plugin versions, monitoring downtime and performance, and managing security. One of the standout features is the ability to send automatic monthly reports to clients, providing transparency about the maintenance activities performed on their websites.

The product serves as a centralized dashboard, streamlining various tasks like logging in and updating multiple websites. It eliminates the need for separate tools for backups and uptime monitoring. Users have praised ManageWP's user-friendly interface and comprehensive nature which allows for easy management of plugins, WordPress core updates, translations, and site backups. For web agencies and development teams, the software has proven invaluable by saving considerable time in keeping client sites up to date, backed up nightly, and performing optimally. Furthermore, it helps these professionals structure client website information and streamline regular maintenance tasks.

Overall, ManageWP enables users to simplify critical website management tasks, such as monitoring, backup, management, and updates. Its seamless integration with multiple WordPress websites ensures efficiency while eliminating manual efforts. Whether it's a web agency overseeing hundreds of client sites or an individual managing their own portfolio, users find ManageWP to be a reliable solution that saves time, money, and energy.

Users commonly recommend ManageWP for its user-friendly interface and ease of use. Many reviewers mention that the software has a good UI, making it simple and easy to navigate.

ManageWP is frequently recommended for those managing multiple WordPress installations. Users state that it is a time-saving option with a straightforward and easy-to-understand dashboard. This makes it particularly suitable for WP Developers or Website Managers who need to manage multiple sites efficiently.

Lastly, users often suggest starting with the free version of ManageWP and upgrading as needed. They mention that the free tier option allows users to try the software without any financial commitment and add on upgrades as necessary. This recommendation is especially beneficial for those managing multiple WordPress sites from one dashboard or for agencies looking to save time and effectively manage websites.


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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use ManageWP in our website development and support department. It is used to make updates to client websites that are on one of our website care plans, it manages the updates, checks for website vulnerabilities, alerts the team to any security or downtime, monitors the performance of the clients' websites, and also allows us to easily send monthly reports to all clients.
  • automates reports
  • alerts to website downtime
  • alerts to website security issues
  • has an affordable and custom price plan
  • More customizable reports would be nice
  • The downtime alerts are not always accurate
  • More information about website security flaws
It is well suited to anyone that has a Wordpress website, whether it be an individual or a company managing multiple clients sites, its an easy way to manage, maintain and keep your website running smoothly and secure.
Darien Chaffart | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use ManageWP as a simple dashboard to oversee all our companies websites. Currently it is only being used by our web development department as an easy interface to login to our websites (as it bypasses 2FA requirements), update our websites plugins & themes, and watch or any issues on our sites.
  • Managed Wordpress Updates - ManageWP allows you to update all out-of-date themes, plugins and core files on all your websites with the click of a button.
  • Automated Backups - ManageWP allows users to setup an automated schedule of backups (including free monthly backups).
  • Maintenance & Development Mode - ManageWP allows users to place a specific site into Maintenance or Development Mode, allowing them to block users from accessing the site with a click of a button.
  • Client Access - ManageWP advertises "Client Access" for web developers, however this feature does not seem to work as expected. Instead of allowing clients to access the site via ManageWP, it simply groups sites into a folder with the client's name.
ManageWP is well suited for anyone who manages websites and is tired of manually logging into multiple sites to perform updates. It provides a simple dashboard to review sites, see any issues, perform backups, check your site security (and review past checks), check our site performance (and review past checks), monitor uptime (paid) and more.

ManageWP is not required if you only manage a single website, however it still simplifies the update process for single-site admins.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use it to manage all of the websites that I administer. It makes it quick and easy to update plugins and themes, and to backup websites. I also use it to log in to individual sites. It saves me a lot of time since I manage 10+ websites (mostly for non-profits).
  • Saves time
  • It works well
  • Support is good
  • It is secure
  • There was one instance where someone on support was not using good security practice.
If you are managing more than 5 WordPress sites, it is totally worth it. Some of the addons or paid versions are great if you are using them professionally.
Cristi Cotovan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I'm using ManageWP to hold all client websites under one management platform to backup, restore, install, and update. It has been invaluable in migrating websites from one host to another, by having a backup and then restoring it somewhere else. It is also instrumental in keeping the websites up to date (and plugins).
  • Backing up the websites.
  • Updating websites and plugins.
  • Restoring or migrating websites to new hosts.
  • Better handling of changing restore targets.
  • Better reporting.
It's great for having a birds-eye view of the entire account. All websites, no matter what hosts they are, are grouped by clients. I love having grouping and collective updating.
Alex Belov | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We develop websites and our clients trust their websites for regular maintenance. ManageWP helps a lot to keep the information structured. Of course, we still review every website manually to make sure everything works perfectly, but it would take much longer without ManageWP awesome features! We love it and will use it for sure!
  • Safe Updates with the Premium Backups feature
  • Security checks
  • Performance checks
  • Reports
  • Notifications can be more detailed.
If you maintain WordPress websites, ManageWP is a must. We at Belov Digital Agency can't live without it as we have tens of WordPress websites on maintenance!
Gary Williams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use ManageWP to keep client websites updated to the latest versions of plugins that are applicable. We've also used downtime monitoring, performance and security modules. In addition, we've set up ManageWP to send automatic monthly reports to our clients with custom templates on a monthly basis so that our clients know what we are doing to keep their websites in tip top condition.
  • Updating plugins.
  • Optimizing posts databases.
  • The reports could be prettier, more templates in order to avoid having to customize for each client so heavily.
  • It would be nice to see if recommended plugin updates are actually production and not beta versions.
ManageWP is very well suited for anyone or any agency that manages multiple websites for clients (or themselves) and wants a simple but very effective method of keeping plugins and themes updated. You are able to tweak the settings so that all or some of the plugins are updated automatically or do it manually in batch or one by one to make sure things work as well after an update as before.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Our agency builds and manages dozens of WordPress websites and we were looking for a tool to help us more easily manage those sites. Specifically keeping up with plugin updates and WordPress core updates had been a challenge. It was very time consuming to have to login to so many websites and keep tracking of those individual sites separately. Additionally, we were using a number of disparate tools to handle things like incremental site backups and uptime monitoring which just added to the difficulty. We found ManagerWP and were blown aways by the comprehensive nature of the solution and the ease in which we can update and deploy plugins, updated WordPress core, translations and site backups all with the click of a button. Our development team uses ManageWP to keep our clients' sites up-to-date, backed up nightly and performing at their highest. It saves us considerable time and has made our hosting and maintenance plans more profitable.
  • Update, install, delete, activate, deactivate plugins across many websites, all with the click of a button
  • Manage nightly incremental backups and easily handle rollbacks to previous versions
  • Keep tabs on all our websites and needed updates, all in one convenient tool
  • When you have many updates going at the same time, you often have to refresh and/or log back in to the console to the status. The updates go through, but the console doesn't update automatically when you have many updates happening.
  • It would be nice to deploy plugins directly from ManageWP. You have to have a plugin installed on at least one site in order to deploy it on others.
  • The reporting functionality could be better.
If you are a WordPress development shop, or host a number of WordPress websites, this is for you. Even if you only have one website but are looking for an easy way to make updates, schedule backups and keep track of the maintenance of your site, this would be a great tool. The cost is reasonable and it saves time, while adding peace of mind with "Safe" updates.
Matthew Lundh | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use ManageWP to monitor, backup, manage and update our client websites. ManageWP simplifies so many critical tasks and services into one convenient package, saving time, money and energy. It allows us to keep our managed WordPress sites backed up. up to date, secure and optimized with automatically or with just the click of a button.
  • ManageWP consolidates important WordPress site management services into on dashboard.
  • ManageWP makes backing up, cloning, and restoring websites so easy.
  • ManageWP provides a simple, easy to use interface.
  • ManageWP could provide better support for WordPress Multisite with the ability to more easily manage individual Multisite properties.
  • ManageWP's security scan offering would be much more valuable if it allowed proactive measures to preemptively combat issues,
ManageWP is a well-suited offering for anyone who manages multiple WordPress properties. It provides peace of mind, dramatic time saving and a bird's-eye look at all of your websites. It might be a bit cost prohibitive for single site users or static websites that don't need constant backups or uptime monitoring.
Matt Heerema | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Our web agency uses ManageWP to keep hundreds of client sites up to date, healthy, and secure. We use it to monitor performance in terms of site speed and SEO, and we use it to send a monthly report to our clients so they can have a beautiful visual of how their site is doing, and how we are serving them in the background in what would otherwise be a silent way.
  • Lets us see the health and status of all our WordPress sites at a glance
  • Makes us aware of any performance and uptime problems, as well as any security threats
  • Provides an easy-to-use mechanism to update hundreds of plugins with just a few clicks
  • Provides frequent backups with one-click restore points.
  • Many times ManageWP "feels" slow to me. I believe this to be unavoidable given the fact that it is actively monitoring the status of dozens of parts on hundreds of sites, but the experience still feels slow and sometimes I wonder whether it is working.
If you are responsible for the maintenance of multiple WordPress sites, a tool like ManageWP is absolutely essential for productivity. And ManageWP is the best in its class. There is no way we could efficiently stay on top of the constant plugin and platform updates, nor have any confidence about the security of our sites at any given moment without it.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We currently use ManageWP to manage all of our WP sites for clients. Using ManageWP really streamlines managing multiple installations of WordPress. With the constant updates of plugins and security patches we can update 50+ sites with a single click. Also, if you happen to host with GoDaddy or a GoDaddy owned hosting company you get access to the premium features for free.
  • Manage multiple WordPress installations. We currently manage 50 WordPress installations with ease and I'm confident that we could add another couple hundred without a problem.
  • Manage updates and plugins easily through their admin portal. You can simply click a button and apply ALL updates across all sites or you can cherry pick them as needed.
  • Managing users has never been simpler using ManageWP. Simply click the website -> Users -> And add your users.
  • As with all management consoles sometime too many things is a bad thing which seems that ManageWP is keeping in check but they are always adding something new. Sometimes we don't need to create an answer for a non-existing problem.
  • There does not seem to be to many options outside of just plugins and updates that you can do on a global level. Example: If I want to add/remove a user to all sites I haven't found that feature.
  • No templating when creating new sites. It would be nice if you could setup a template (users, settings, backup, etc..) and then select that template when creating the new site and those settings would be applied.
I personally think that if you have a single WP installation it's worth checking out. ManageWP and seriously streamlined our management of WordPress installations and honestly I'm not sure what I would do if I had to go back to managing sites one by one. There is no scenario that ManageWP would not work in, from 1-100 sites I think ManageWP would fit the bill (both figuratively and literally). Try the free version to start you have nothing to lose.
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