Blog - Announcements
All the latest and greatest news & feature announcements from Admin Columns.
Ninja Forms and BuddyPress Integrations
We just released two new integrations for the popular WordPress plugins Ninja Forms and BuddyPress. If you use one of these plugins, read on to find out how Admin Columns enhances them.
WooCommerce add-on version 2.1 released
Good news for those who have upgraded their WooCommerce shop to version 3.0: our WooCommerce add-on is fully compatible now and ships with a few new features and improvements. We'll discuss the details here briefly.
Admin Columns 4 Released
Admin Columns 4 adds many new features and refinements to help WordPress users get more from the plugin. We think you are going to love it.
Admin Columns UI improvements
As the launch of Admin Columns 4 draws ever closer, we’re happy to discuss some of the improvements that have been going on over the past year. In today’s edition: the UI improvements that will make column management with Admin Columns easier than it ever was before.
Admin Columns Pro Survey 2016: you have spoken and we will listen
A little while ago we sent out a survey to our customers and asked them about Admin Columns Pro. A big thank you to all who shared their thoughts with us. In this post we will discuss the most important pieces of feedback and how we will use them to improve Admin Columns Pro.
Admin Columns 4: integrations for Types, Pods and Custom Fields Suite
One of the best features of Admin Columns Pro (in our opinion) are the integrations with WooCommerce and Advanced Custom Fields. With Admin Columns 4, integrations for Types, Pods and Custom Fields Suite will be made available. We'll briefly discuss each of these integrations.
The Current Status On Development
It's been a while since we released an update of Admin Columns Pro and this article sheds some light on that. We are working on a major refactor and we decided to focus solely on that.
Admin Columns 3.8 – Multiple column sets
We had a special focus this release. We have been working on a feature for quite some time now and we feel it is time to reveal it to the public. It's called "Sets" and it allows you to create sets of columns.