It's not that I'm not happy with the products, for the most part, I am (minus 1 glaring issue with another product).
But many of us don't need a "suite" of products - most of which we wouldn't use - it's nice to be able to buy a small "component" for what you need. And when I do, I don't expect the developers to drop development of it after the fact - it doesn't matter how big or small the product is, that's a poor business model by any standard. Period.
Just so you know, this isn't the first issue I've had with WA and them "switching things up" with no regard to current, loyal customers.
And that's why I say I'm done with them. The smaller components like social media kit can be purchased elsewhere, I just always thought WA presented itself as a larger, professional, more reliable company - but clearly this isn't the case (in my view).
-my 2 cents.