I developed a plugin I thought as the perfect companion of a super administrator.
It’s mainly an internal search engine you can filter and sort containing all the data you need about your blogs.
It’s still a young project, but it will have a great future.
I would be glad if you help me suggesting me what you would like to see in that plugin and what you definitly miss in your ideal superadmin’s dashboard.
I really like to satisfy every great idea!
Comments, suggestions, critics are very welcome.
Thanks for your help and hope to year your voice!
I do have a suggestion or three.
Since this basically reproduces the Super Admin -> Sites menu, with a few extra columns, perhaps you could look into just adding those extra bits to the existing menu.
In 3.1 the Super Admin menu changes to a Network Admin area, so you may want to update the location (but if you merge with existing, there’d be no need) and the blog/user search has already been much improved in 3.1.
Just letting you know what’s coming, as I hate to see people reinvent wheels. 🙂
Otherwise, the only thing extra you’ve added is the page rank columns and the content column.
I can see that last column being handy for a lot of people, for sure.
Thanks a lot Andrea for your suggestions.
I intended to cover a task that wasn’t covered in 3.0x, so if you tell me that in 3.1 there will be implemented I’m happy for my foresight 🙂
I’ll keep in mind your suggestion to avoid reinvent the wheel and to focus correctly the future of that plugin.
I’ll keep asking – also after 3.1x – network administrator what they wish in their backend. Maybe with my luck it will be exactly what we all find in 3.2x 😀
Anyway, thanks a lot again for your precious suggestions. 🙂
🙂 Make sure you check out 3.1 before you redo anything.
Something you may want to consider for each site is showing how many comments are in moderation. there have been a lot of users asking for one spot to see all that.
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