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Plugin Notes

Allows you to add notes to plugins.

18 reviews
Average Rating
5 out of 5 stars
A must-have
By ,

Simple, focused, reliable and a must-have in my book. This is one of those plugins that really should already be a feature of WordPress.

Love this!
By , for WP 4.5.2

So nice to be able to add notes on the purpose of each plugin. Will put this on all bigger sites. This plugin is perfect, many thanks. :)

Absolutely brilliant!
By , for WP 4.5.1

I tend to use a lot of plugins for my website. And it's very difficult to keep track of what I use for what on which website.
And that is a huge problem. Especially when I have to delegate some work.
But not anymore.
I also really like the color coding feature. For example I use green to indicate that I have set up everything for a website with a particular plugin. When all the plugins are green. It's time for the site to go online.

Many thanks.

Awesome Plugin.
By , for WP 4.3.1

This plugin is very helpful in keeping track of plugin compatibility and to save information related to plugin.

I have a request please upgrade compatibility of this plugin to latest version of wordpress.

Must-have when choosing plugins
By ,

With a note, you don't have to remember which plugins you already tested (and what your experiences were with it)

does what it's supposed to
By , for WP 4.2.4

Need a theme notes option too so I can remember what's good or bad about themes I keep installed :)

Thanks man!
By , for WP 4.2.2

Plugin works as described - and nicely.
Very useful for developers sharing dashboard with clients.

Personal note: please don't fire the Co-Authors Plus plugin author as suggested in screenshots because he's doing a great job!

PS: tested also on Multisite installation and works like a charm when network activated - notes appear at network level and site level as well!

Glad to see the update!
By , for WP 4.1.1

Cheers to the authors! I've been using this plugin for years. My memory isn't what it used to be and this plugin helps in those regards. If I use a specific plugin for a specific function (for instance a short-coder), I simply go to my plugin notes and make a "CAUTION" entry, along with specifics of page or post it's used on. Then, if I'm trying to trim the fat and lose some of the plugins, I have some idea what will be affected.
Very useful.

Simple and useful tool.
By Plugin Contributor, for WP 4.1.1

It's like sticky notes for your plugins page.

Exactly what I was looking for
By , for WP 4.0.1

This is super-handy and a necessary tool when setting up a new site and /or evaluating competing plugins. I was about to write my own when a quick search revealed this on.

I've not had any issues w/WP v4.0.1 even though it's 2+ years old.

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