Index – Supercharge Your Dashboard Tables


Index upgrades how you manage your posts. Search, filter, and edit posts instantly from a single page. Use quick look to save time by finding and viewing content at a glance.


Note: the grid view is a premium option

Fully Customizable

Customize your post table with columns and labels that fit you. Standard fields are displayed by default such as:

  • Title
  • Author
  • Date
  • Comments
  • Featured Image
  • Categories

You can also display custom fields, formatted with one of the following (no coding required):

  • Standard text
  • Prices (1,000.00 or 1.000,00)
  • Date
  • Image Preview
  • HTML Preview

Powerful Filters

Filter by date, author, status, category, and tag, all without refreshing. Mix and match your filters to create more specific queries, and sort your content in ascending or descending order.

With quick look, you can create filters right from the table itself. Show all entries from a specific publish date, author, category, or tag.

Mobile Support

A beautiful interface designed specifically for mobile. Swipe to delete or edit a post, search as you type, and filter content with the same tools as the desktop version (something the WordPress native app doesn’t offer)

Go Premium

Index has has plus and pro license options that provide even more features:

  • Support for Pages and custom post types (if they have rest support enabled)
  • Showcase your content in a beautiful grid
  • One year of direct support (we do provide support for the free version in the support tab)

Learn more here


  • Filter and quick look all of your content
  • A beautiful interface designed specifically for mobile


Make sure you are logged into your WordPress dashboard and are allowed to manage plugins:

  1. Go to “Plugins > Add New” in the left hand sidebar
  2. Click “Upload Plugin” in the header
  3. Select the zip file you downloaded from this page
  4. Click “Install Now” and then “Activate Plugin”
  5. Configure the plugin by going to “Settings > Index” in the left hand sidebar.


How does Index work?

Index replaces access to the main edit.php screen. Anyone going to the edit.php screen will be redirected to the Index archive. This includes clicking the post count from taxonomy page lists (such as categories and tags), which are fully supported! You can also disable the “Hide default table” setting, which will let you access the original edit.php screen.

Does Index support other plugins?

Index includes native support for Yoast and All In One SEO ratings in the table view. If you run into any conflicts with publicly available plugins, please let us know in the support forum!

Does Index support custom coded columns?

Yes, Index allows you to add your own columns in a similar way to the default WordPress table view. You can learn more about how to add custom columns here.

Does Index support custom coded buttons

Yes, Index provides an action to create custom buttons for each archive. You can learn more about how to add custom buttons here.


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Contributors & Developers

“Index – Supercharge Your Dashboard Tables” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




Released May 9, 2021

  • [Fixed] Image thumbnail was sometimes squished in the preview quick look panel
  • [Fixed] Transient logic


Released May 4, 2021