How To Organize WordPress Pages And Posts https://youtu.be/8er1O1D9hTQ
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In this tutorial you’ll see how you can organize WordPress pages and posts by dragging and dropping them into folders.
We’re going to use the free version of a plugin called Folders.
We will also talk about what FileBird and HappyFiles can do so that you can make the best decision possible.
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