2.8 (2014-07-14)Enhanced: Image Mapping for the Feed Filters.Enhanced: Rewritten the Feed Mapping code to be easier to understand and manage. Code refactoring reduced difficulty of adding extra attributes to feed types.Enhanced: The Input Options filter is rewritten to use WP_Query for values as it is the recommended method. Previously, it used prop and ob_start to change the template and injected the input in a PHP string. This was causing problems with ensuring input and sending it back via a WP_Query object.Enhanced: Imported posts are taken from the requested feed source instead of the feed specified for the selected post type.Enhanced: Improved the query for single posts by using WP_Query and the query parameter for WordPress compatibility.Fixed: Incorrectly detected a feed source as foreign belonging to a non-registered post type.Fixed: WP_Query now returns a WP_Error object as opposed to a WP_Error instance containing a PHP error message when an issue is detected.Enhanced: The settings page is now hidden if there are no options to select. The settings page is accessed via the UI via edit filters if no additional parameters are requested.Fixed bug: The filter for OEmbeds was more difficult to apply.Fixed bug: The filter for enclosure was sometimes not being used when it should be.Fixed bug: Redirects could result in an infinite loop.Fixed bug: A PHP error was being logged for unknown value types, rather than the WP_Error object being returned.
2.7 (2014-07-01)New Feature: The table data settings like post types, query string parameters, and how to rearrange rows are saved via a new settings page and an options parameter to the query.
3.14 (2020-07-29)Added: The settings page now shows all settings for all feeds at once.Added: Warnings are now displayed when settings changes are about to be applied to all feeds.Removed: The settings page does not show all settings anymore, but only those settings that affect the currently selected feed. d2c66b5586