To edit the Settings for OrganizeWP you can click the Settings button on the main OrganizeWP screen:

Screenshot of OrganizeWP

Which will bring up the main Settings screen:

OrganizeWP Settings UI


On the Configuration tab of the General settings you can customize how OrganizeWP interacts with the Admin Menu.

  • Icon: Customize the Icon that appears in the Admin Menu entry
  • Label: Customize the text of the Admin Menu entry
  • Position: Customize the Admin Menu entry position (to be higher or lower)


There is an option to control whether OrganizeWP removes all of its settings should you choose to Deactivate and Delete OrganizeWP. This does not include the sorting data for your entries, it only accounts for the data OrganizeWP uses for settings.

Content Type Settings

The Content Type Settings allow you to customize how OrganizeWP interacts with your content. You’ll see all applicable Post Types listed, and you can interact with settings for each:

Screenshot of OrganizeWP Settings
  • Show in OrganizeWP: Control whether OrganizeWP integrates this Post Type into its interface, or leaves it in the Admin Menu as-is
  • Show in Pages list when viewing OrganizeWP: Control whether this Post Type is displayed in the Pages outline when viewing OrganizeWP. Many times Custom Post Types are placed within a certain ‘context’ of each site, so enabling this feature allows you to position Post Types in/among Pages where it makes sense for editors to find it.
  • Hide in WordPress Admin Menu: Control whether this Post Type continues to appear in the WordPress Admin Menu. Many times if OrganizeWP is including the Post Type, it is no longer necessary to include it in the Admin Menu and enabling this feature helps save space and reduce confusion for editors.