This plugin adds a neat and easy to use sidebar tree view to your posts and/or pages backend.
Once activated, your posts/pages will be displayed hierarchically in the tree sidebar.
The sidebar appears on every post related page in WordPress, so you don’t have to leave your current page to manage or sort the posts/pages.
For every post status there is a icon color, so you can see if a post/page is published, draft or planned.
You can also see if someone else is currently editing a post. In this case a small lock-icon appears in the tree.
This plugin works out-of-the-box. By default, the tree will be displayed for both pages and posts. You can enable/disable the tree for both individually on the settings page (Settings -> F4 Post Tree).
- Tree view sidebar for pages and posts backend
- Hierarchical order and display
- Drag and drop sorting
- Colorful icons for every post status
- Displayed on list view and edit page
- Lock symbol for posts that are currently locked by another user
- Automatically refresh if another user edits a page
- Context menu for quick actions
- More tba
Upcoming PRO version
We’re working on a extended PRO version for this plugin, which adds a few neat features:
First of all, it adds support for custom post types.
But the most interesting feature is the support for menus. With this feature you can manage and sort the menus you want directly in your tree sidebar.
That means, you can activate every menu you want to be shown in the tree, so you can drag&drop posts directly at the position you want the post to appear in the menu. You don’t have do add/remove/sort posts and pages through the awkward menu page (Display -> Menus).
This feature improves the handling for menus drastic. Your editors and authors will love this!
If you are interested in this neat fetures, you can write us an email to get notified when the PRO version will be released.