OrganizeWP Launches with “Old School Software Pricing Model”

OrganizeWP Launches with “Old School Software Pricing Model”

Posted by WP Tavern on August 12, 2022 at 2:34 pm
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WordPress developer Jon Christopher has relaunched OrganizeWP, a commercial plugin that organizes content in the admin with a single, unified view and UI for streamlining common actions. It’s a utility plugin that Christopher has had on his mind since before he released its predecessor, the Hierarchy plugin, eight years ago. “The WordPress Admin felt really disjointed once Custom Post Types were a new thing (this is how long ago we’re talking) because there were top level content ‘buckets’ mixed and matched with Plugins and Settings and everything else,” Christopher said. “Then products started using the Admin Menu as a form of advertising to an extent, putting top level Menu items in place when they absolutely aren’t necessary, and the problem just got worse and worse.” Christopher aimed to tackle this same problem with OrganizeWP but redesigned the UI and rebuilt it with JavaScript to accommodate new features like groups and drag and drop. The new product is now out of beta and is catching some attention due to its unusual pricing model. For $29.00, users get access to updates and support for Version 2. OrganizeWP is selling licenses for the current major version with no subscription. In a post titled…

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