If you’re not happy about the way WordPress organizes your content in the backend then this video is for you. Using the plugin I’m going to show you (it has a free and paid version) you will be able to organize into folders everything in your media library, all your posts, all your pages, all your plugins, all the users on your site, all of your Tablepress folders, all GravityForms entries and forms, all of your WooCommerce orders, products and coupons and much more.
Plus you can set 5 specific permission types for all the users roles on your site.
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