• Absolutely fantastic, every design decision is spot on, looks like native WordPress.

    Options to configure as you need per-post-type and being able to pre-populate the wysiwyg is a great optional bonus.

    I have a site with multiple post types, many authors and some very specific posting requirements. Following instructions written elsewhere hasn’t proven that effective but I’m confident having instructions directly next to the fields is going to make everything go so much more smoothly.

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  • Plugin Author dauidus


    Thanks, bkno!

    Actually, I’m looking to release a new version soon that looks even more like native WordPress. I’ve also cleaned up the settings pages quite a bit to hide input boxes that aren’t being used.

    I’m planning to have it available on the repo in the coming weeks – the update will coincide with a premium plugin I’m launching meant to work alongside it.

    I’m taking suggestions for features to add to this one, and I’m all ears!


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    Good stuff, looking forward to seeing the update.

    One thing I didn’t test was ACF support, I’m guessing that isn’t supported currently, but that would be very useful.

    Another idea is to be able to switch between settings tabs using JS rather than re-loading the page. I had quite a few content types I was copy and pasting one message across multiple tabs.

    Plugin Author dauidus


    I’m working to integrate custom fields support, but due to the many ways custom fields are created and handled in WordPress, this will most likely be a paid solution.

    Switching between tabs via JS is an awesome feature request! I’ll look into how to implement this (or, if I can the way this plugin is currently written). Great stuff there!

    You’ll be hearing back from me at some point. 🙂


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