• Resolved lijitimit

    (@lijitimit)


    Just left a review, I am very impressed with your plugin. Amazing! My only suggestion is to move the TWENTIG settings to under the “Settings” link on the Dashboard. You only have a few settings and I feel it belongs as a secondary menu item. Thank you for sharing this excellent piece of work.

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  • Thread Starter lijitimit

    (@lijitimit)

    haha maybe one more suggestion.
    As your settings are all customizer based, it would be handy to have an import/export option for settings so sites can be easily duplicated.

    Plugin Author Twentig

    (@twentig)

    Hi @lijitimit,

    Thanks for your feedback and your review 🙂

    In addition to the settings page, we have an overview page to show the users where they can find the additional options Twentig offers (Customizer, block options, block patterns). We believe it’s important to keep it there for the discoverability of Twentig’s features, but we might reconsider it in the future.

    Concerning the Customizer import/export option, our current roadmap doesn’t include this feature, but we will consider it as soon as we have the capability. In the meantime, you can use the Customizer Export/Import plugin.

    Have a nice day,
    Tom

    @twentig In my opinion the recommendation for the Customizer Export/Import plugin is better than having an own exporter/importer. To clone the website settings includes more than just the Twentig settings.
    I would vote for investing your time in more Twentig features instead adding a feature which is available with another plugin ;-).

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