Popup Maker just announced version 1.15 which will officially be released within the next two weeks. The latest version of the WordPress popup plugin will introduce autoloading popups.
When setting up a pop-up that is supposed to open when a website visitor clicks on a button or menu item, it actually failed to open every now and then. The reason for this behaviour is that the pop-up’s “targeting” settings to ensure that the pop-up loads on the correct page have not been updated properly.
Popup Maker now tries to auto-load enabled popups that it thinks are intended to be used on that page. For example, if you have a button in a post that should open a popup, Popup Maker will then try to load the popup even if you didn’t set the targeting.
To ensure this doesn’t affect performance, Popup Maker cannot scan everything on all pages you should continue to use the targeting settings as normal. This new feature, however, will act as a helpful fail-safe in case you have missed to set a targeting condition.