In this release we solved many minor issues, improved Pods integration and added support for the Related Posts plugin. You might also notice the reduced loading time when you have filtering enabled.
Admin Columns Pro now has support for ranged filtering for numbers and dates. We also added some handy columns for WooCommerce sales and orders per user and variations.
This version of Admin Columns brings support for bbPress and inline edit for Yoast SEO columns. In the settings screen, you can now easily identify which columns ship with WordPress and which are custom.
Admin Columns Pro 3.5 – New WooCommerce columns, filtering & sorting for users & comments, width slider and more
This brand new release focuses on filtering for users and comments and on WooCommerce support. Furthermore, we’ve added quite a few display options to existing column, allowing you to take more control over your columns.
The column width settings got an update, it can be set to percentages or pixels now. We added a content column which will allow you to edit the post’s content from within the column.
With our new column API we can make any column editable. In this release we added support for Yoast SEO columns. Both the SEO Title column and SEO description columns are editable now. You can change the SEO title and description directly from your listings screen without having to go through each post.
We added a lot of very usefull column to products, orders and coupons which are now editable and sortable. This means you will be saving a lot of time editing your products. You wont’ have to go through each product at the time, but you can use the editable column. Changing any product information couldn’t be easier.
One of the main features of this update is our easy-to-use developer API, but we also made taxonomy columns editable, added a new file-location-column and lots of small improvements. Developer API We introduced an API to make all columns editable. With a couple of filters, you can make your own created columns editable within minutes. Our tutorial […]
Now you can sort Users and Media items when using the Advanced Custom Fields columns. A new column has been added called “Estimated Reading Time”, which will let you see how long it would normally take to read an article. And many other small improvements. View changelog Admin Columns Pro 3.3.2