This WordPress plugin adds a new post type that allows you to quickly and privately keep track of what you’re grateful for. Titles populate automatically as the current day’s date, hashtags convert to WordPress style tags, which this plugin calls Gratitudes, and instead of Categories you set up Moods. You may also set up a daily email reminder and see what you’re most grateful for from the dashboard.
Recommended way to post
I’m grateful for #wordpress and #water.
- Within the admin dashboard go to Plugins –> Add New
- Search for “Feed The Good”
- Choose activate, and then install
- Go to Gratitude Journal in the admin menu and choose Moods – create moods like you would create post categories (e.g. Happy, Sad, Anxious, Mad)
- Go to Gratitude Journal and choose Settings – set up your daily email reminder
Or, from the Add Plugins page choose Upload Plugin and upload this plugin’s zip file.
Does this plugin have any settings?
Yes. Find “Gratitude Journal” in your admin menu and within there is a Settings link.
Are gratitude posts private?
Yes, by default. But, at any point, you may change a post to public by using the normal WordPress privacy/status settings.
How do I set up moods?
Just like you set up post categories. But instead of going to Categories, you go to the Moods submenu item under Gratitude Journal.
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Contributors & Developers
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- Added daily reminder with settings page
- Security updates
- Breaking change! Fixed gratitudes (tags) bug; old tags will no longer appear, however, any new tags created going forward will appear. This breaking change was necessary to ensure the gratitudes archive works properly, and to ensure the plugin works well long into the future.
- URLs now include time and mood
- Simplified date as title function
- Made hashtagging compatible with all languages
- Changed the way the post is set to private to prevent duplicate post creation which began with the release of WordPress 6.2
- Tested with WordPress 6.2
- Code clean up
- Initial release