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Settings

The Settings for OrganizeWP are shown only to users that have the appropriate capabilities. This is to facilitate a concept of managers and editors within your site, granting access to settings only for managers, and leaving editors to edit.

You can customize a number of OrganizeWP using the Settings screen.

Menu item
Customize the Admin Menu entry for your content. You can modify the label, icon, and position of the menu entry.
Please note that after saving modifications, the page will need to be refreshed to show the update(s).
Impose Sorting
OrganizeWP displays your content according to WordPress’ internal menu_order, toggling this setting controls whether that sort order is applied to other areas of your site as well (aside from the OrganizeWP Content screen)
Skip Post Types
You can specify which post types OrganizeWP should skip over; excluding that content type from its Content screen
License Key
Activate your license key to retrieve automatic updates and support!
Remove Data
When enabled, OrganizeWP will remove all of its data when you Delete it using the Plugins page in your WordPress Administration area

Post Types

OrganizeWP has the ability to manage all of your Post Types. All registered Post Types will be listed, but you will be restricted when configuring Post Types that are not managed by OrganizeWP.

New Post Types can be created by using the field at the bottom of the Post Types screen. Note that this field expects the name of your Post Type (as opposed to the Label) so it will be formatted as you type. Clicking an existing Post Type will expose its configuration:

Post Type configuration in OrganizeWP has been streamlined to expose the most essential configuration options by default, but nearly all Post Type registration parameters are represented using the provided fields. Please note that some Post Type configuration parameters will require using the organizewp_post_type_args_{$post_type} hook.

Taxonomies

OrganizeWP has the ability to manage all of your Taxonomies. All registered Taxonomies will be listed, but you will be restricted when configuring Taxonomies that are not managed by OrganizeWP.

New Taxonomies can be created by using the field at the bottom of the Taxonomies screen. Note that this field expects the name of your Taxonomies (as opposed to the Label) so it will be formatted as you type. Clicking an existing Taxonomies will expose its configuration:

Taxonomy configuration in OrganizeWP has been streamlined to expose the most essential configuration options by default, but nearly all Taxonomy registration parameters are represented using the provided fields. Please note that some Taxonomy configuration parameters will require using the organizewp_taxonomy_args_{$post_type} hook.

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