UI Manager 1.1: New Dashboard Module

We’ve pushed an update to UI Manager this week that adds a new module: Dashboard.

With this new module you can edit the default WordPress dashboard and make it your own.

Watch this video to see it in action and see below for more details.

Here’s what’s included in the Dashboard module:

  • Rename and hide default dashboard widgets: You can edit the title or completely hide any dashboard widget, including those added by other plugins and themes.
  • Edit the contents of the welcome box: Customize the WordPress welcome box by editing the default WordPress content or adding your own via a WYSIWYG editor.
  • Use a page builder to construct your own custom dashboard – The welcome box WYSIWYG editor is fully compatible with sortcodes, so you can add forms using your favorite form builder plugin or even design and build your own dashboard in your favorite page builder!
  • Other goodies include the ability to change or remove the title of the dashboard screen. We also give you some default shortcodes to add dynamic info like site title, user display name, or site URL.

Next up

Here are a few of the things we’re working on for our next release:

  • Rearrange dashboard widgets
  • Create new dashboard widgets

What would you like to see in the next release of UI Manager?

1 Comment

  1. Paul Cress on August 26, 2020 at 1:11 am

    I’ve been using this plugin a lot lately but didn’t even bother with the Dashboard section because it said “beta,” but that is cool that we can add a Beaver Builder row/template to it!
    I’ve been using this plugin with Vongries’ Ultimate Dashboard Pro because the two were making it all work so well for me but if I could use one plugin to do the same thing then that would be even better!

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