Support » Plugin: Advanced Access Manager » Powerful and Detailed

  • The plugin appears to be quite powerful in it’s ability to manage every facet of user and role access you could imagine. This also makes the plugin interface somewhat clumsy to use as there is a lot going on.

    As near as I could tell, you have to manage access to pages for any give role one at a time. So if you have 100 pages on your site, you have to go through 100 settings screens for each role (editor, author, subscriber, visitor, etc.). It would be nice to have some sort of table-like interface to manage this instead. You can get through this a bit easier by enabling and creating a parent/child page structure.

    That said, I wouldn’t let it deter you from considering the plugin for use. Once you get through the initial setup, it quietly and effectively does it’s thing. I’ve not needed to contact support so I can’t comment on that.

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  • Hi Jason,

    Appreciate your feedback and would like to inform you that “Default” access settings is going to be available in upcoming AAM 3.9.5 release on Monday Jan 9th. You can already download the development release and test it out.

    Thank you.

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