The restriction of the post itself seems to work great, but at least for an existing post I noticed that the comments are still visible even when not logged in. Aren't they part of the post and shouldn't they also be restricted...or at least have the option? In our case the comments reveal what is in the post itself and are as, if not more, important than the post itself. Thanks!
Awesome Pippin! This really opens the gate for all sorts of private information being posted without the need for second tier access credentials that I have to use on our 1300 member site right now.
For instance, now with a little finesse we should be able to implement a verified member system versus someone who signed up for a membership but are not actually paying members, whom we do not want to have access to our organization's financial docs, et cetera.
We are in the process of moving our desktop accounting system and membership records to WordPress. Every little plugin helps. Thanks!
Used this plugin for the first time today. It works perfectly with WP 3.5.1 and custom post types.
What would be a great upgrade is if it was able to handle custom user roles.
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