What to Do About Premium Plugin Licenses When Unboarding a Client
The support team at WPMU DEV recently received a question from a developer wondering how to properly unboard a client from their service. For simple web development jobs, this probably isn’t too big of a deal. You hand over all content and images, provide them with full access to WordPress, train them on it, and then wish them luck.
Larger websites that include advanced features, on the other hand, aren’t so easy to hand off to a client when it comes time to unboard (or completely release) them from your services.
Here was the question sent in:
“How do I ‘unboard’ clients when they leave? Should I remove all the WPMU DEV plugins that I have…