How To Fix the “Jetpack: [unknown_token] It looks like your Jetpack connection is broken. Try disconnecting from WordPress.com then reconnecting.” Error
- Deactivate & then re-activate the Jetpack plugin.
- Click “Set Up Jetpack” and go through the steps (usually by selecting the “free” option).
NOTE: The way I usually discover this is because my “Publicize” feature is broken, and it’s no longer auto-posting to Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.
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