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  • Resolved smallwebdev

    (@smallwebdev)


    Hi Support,
    Would it be possible to add plugins to a ‘wishlist’ or a favourites section on the WordPress.org website….when logged into the site so you can refer back to that page when looking for a plugin without having to search for it again.
    Thanks,
    Craig

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  • Hi, @smallwebdev

    While on wordpress.org, while being logged in with your WordPress.org account, when viewing a plugin, next to Download you have a little ❤️ (heart)

    If you click on it, it will turn red.

    FAV

    Then, while being logged in, under http://profiles.wordpress.org/ if you scroll down to Favorites, you’ll see them listed there.

    FAV2

    Note: w.org sites are heavily cached to handle all the load on them, so after clicking the heart, it will take some time (up to 1 day, but it might be less) for the Favorites section to update.

    Hope this helps,
    Kind regards!

    Thread Starter smallwebdev

    (@smallwebdev)

    Awesome! Thank you….never knew this feature was already on the site.

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    WordPress.org Admin

    @smallwebdev If you like that, then here’s something else you didn’t know.

    On your WordPress site, go to Plugins->Add New. At the top of the plugin search screen, you’ll find a list of different plugin types, Beta, Featured, Popular and so on. The last one is Favorites.

    Click that, then type in your username from WordPress.org in the field provided, and voila, there’s your list of Favorite plugins ready for installing onto the site. No need for searching for them at all.

    Thread Starter smallwebdev

    (@smallwebdev)

    @otto42 – that is a cool feature I didn’t know….awesome! Thanks so much.

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