A New Addition to the ManageWP Dashboard - ManageWP

A New Addition to the ManageWP Dashboard

Dashboard
We are always looking to upgrade and bring additional functionality to the ManageWP dashboard. These upgrades can be new functions, changes to the existing options or in the case of our latest update, a way to easily manage some of the most important ManageWP features.

We have recently released a new update to the dashboard that allows for quick access to several of the ManageWP tools. These tools can now be accessed from our new Quick Access widget.

The Quick Access Widget

Quick Access
The Quick Access widget for the dashboard allows easier access to the most used tools we offer. This widget contains icons that link directly to the screen of each tool.

This new widget has 8 icons that link to various tools within the ManageWP dashboard. These include SEO access, links into posts and pages. There is also a link to clone and migrate your website, manage your plugins, access client reports as well as direct access into the site backup and restore tools.

Backup and Site Restore

The biggest improvement that this widget brings to the dashboard is the Backup and Restore icons. These two icons give easy access to the Backup Now and Site Restore options within the dashboard.

Previously to access these tools you had to hover over one of your websites and then choose the Backup Now or View Backup options. While you can still access the tools using this method, the Quick Access widget means you have a single easy way to access them.

This is achieved by clicking on the Backup icon. You can then select the site you wish to backup and then click Next to be taken to the appropriate window. It is a far more streamlined process than it used to be and should make accessing these important tools far simpler.

Web Analytics

New AnalyticsAnother change we’ve made to the dashboard is the addition of access to the Web Analytics tool under the Monitor menu. With this new addition users can easily configure their ManageWP or Google analytics.

As with the other settings this function was previously available to you from the settings area of the dashboard. However, the new location of the tool makes accessing the analytics far more intuitive and much more useful.

Future Updates

We continually look at making changes to improve the user experience with our software.

There are plans being worked on to introduce a few new widgets to the dashboard. These widgets include one for Security tools and another for Performance tools. We have no definitive date for their implementation yet but they should be available soon.

We’d love to hear what you think of these new features and updates. Is the Quick Access widget something you find useful? Is there something you would like us to introduce? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Tom Ewer

Tom Ewer is the founder of WordCandy.co. He has been a huge fan of WordPress since he first laid eyes on it, and has been writing educational and informative content for WordPress users since 2011. When he's not working, you're likely to find him outdoors somewhere – as far away from a screen as possible!

4 Comments

  1. mattsawyers

    What happened to favorite custom links???
    I wish I’d know that was going away so I could’ve backed them up! >:(

  2. Philo

    What happened to favorites? I was hoping to see extended ability to deep link to specific page configurations, and instead it’s just gone.

    For example, if I want to manage plugins on a group of sites, it’s currently four clicks – this is what I do most often on the plugins & themes page, and I was hoping the website group filter would also be querystring-addressable, so I could make a favorite to go straight there.

    Am I missing something?

  3. Kobi

    Great Additions!
    I think my all time favorite is auto updates :)

    Thanks for a great service!

    1. Tom Ewer

      My pleasure Kobi! Glad you enjoyed :-)

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