Taxonomy columns for WordPress

Admin Columns adds additional columns to your taxonomy overview pages. A good example of a taxonomy is a category or tag, but you can also have custom defined taxonomies. All taxonomies are supported by Admin Columns, and we created a few helpful columns to see a bit more information about your category or tag (terms). The column does not only display information it can also be directly edited with inline editing.

Taxonomy columns

Each column shows more information about each term on your taxonomy overview page.

Taxonomy Columns Sorting
These columns supports sorting
Editing
These columns supports inline edit
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Actions

Actions Column

The actions column will display the action bar that would normally display when you hover the row. There is the option to show a text link or icons.

Actions column

This column will hide the original action bar that is added to the primary column, usually the first column.

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Advanced Custom Fields

Do you use the Advanced Custom Fields plugin? Then we have the perfect integration for you. With our ACF Column, you can add any field, like text or an image, to your overview screen.

Custom Field

This column can display any type of custom field content. Read more about the Custom Field column.

Pods

Already using the popular Pods plugin? Then we have the perfect integration for you. With our Pods integration, you can add any Pods field to your overview screen.

Toolset Types

Using the Toolset Types plugin? Admin columns integrates beautifully with Toolset Types. It has support for all post types and taxonomies. It also supports all types fields including posts, terms, users, and repeating fields. Learn more about our Toolset Types integration.

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