Allows you to add an expiration date to posts which you can configure to either delete the post, change it to a draft, or update the post categories.
Great plugin! Working perfectly. Using Avada-theme. Thanx!
Good work! I just had to get my own WP time zone correct, then I saw posts moving to another category :)
Tested with regular posts, and also with WooCommerce products. Exactly what I needed for a client website, thanks.
Not working, look at support section, so many people post not working but nobody care about it. Really disappoint it.
The plugin appears to go through its paces, at least according to the log, but it doesn't actually expire the post/page. Even with debugging enabled, there is nothing in the debug log.
Update: After emptying an already empty debug log I now see entries relating to setting the expiration time on posts. There is still no indication that the expiry process ran, even though I've confirmed that WP cron jobs are being run.
Any ideas on why some of my posts are not expired on the set date?
I have discovered that several old items are still on the site long after they were scheduled to expire.
Would like any suggestions.
Per un sito di spazi pubblicitari ho la necessità di dare un timing ad alcuni post. In home mostro solo i post della categoria "sponsorizzati", l'attività paga per essere in home per 2 mesi, quindi devo assegnare al post una durata di due mesi nella categoria "sponsorizzati". Questo plugin dà la possibilità di farlo con un solo click. Favoloso
Works without any problems and does what it says it does. Very nice!
It's an excellent plugin that can be used for different purposes.
I wanted a simple event system that allowed me to set a date in which an event would move from a list called "upcoming" to another called "finished". Nothing else, no agenda or calendar or tickets.
Post Expirator, a custom post type, a custom taxonomy and Display Posts Shortcode were all I needed to get exactly what I wanted. Excellent!
In combination with the "The Future is now!"-Plugin, this plugin creates a simple way of setting up the posts/blog function of wordpress as a nice & simple event manager or news-feed with the calendar showing upcoming dates & schedules.
-> works perfect!