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.
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. :)
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.
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.
With a note, you don't have to remember which plugins you already tested (and what your experiences were with it)
Need a theme notes option too so I can remember what's good or bad about themes I keep installed :)
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!
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.
It's like sticky notes for your plugins page.
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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