WPBulky-WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types


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Created: 09/2021
Latest update: 09/2021

By: VillaTheme

WPBulky-WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types is a helpful tool that allows you to work with post types in bulk. The plugin supports sufficient tools to bulk edit post types like posts, pages, media ….

WPBulky-WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types can filter properties of post types such as title, slug, image, publish date, status, allow comments, allow trackbacks, author, password … quickly get post meta fields to edit in bulk. Take advantage of the plugin, you can master editing post types in bulk, save time and enhance site management at a high level.

 

THE PLUGIN FEATURES:

WPBulky-WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types can do functions to edit properties of Post types in bulk like such as some default post types of WordPress: Posts, Pages, Media.

This plugin’s function does not include editing post types of WooCommerce like product, shop_order and shop_coupon.

1. Bulk edit post types 

  • Filter post types by ID; Title; Content; Excerpt; Slug; Range of date; status; Author; Categories; Tags; Formats
  • Append, prepend and replace text in text fields in bulk
  • Add, change, remove images of post types in bulk
  • Enable, disable comments in bulk
  • Enable, disable all trackbacks in bulk
  • Change post type’s status in bulk maybe: Published, Scheduled, Pending, Draft, Private
  • Assign, remove categories for post type in bulk
  • Assign, remove tags for post type in bulk
  • Change post type’s format in bulk maybe: Audio, Gallery, Image, Link, Video
  • Set, edit, remove post type’s password in bulk
  • Change post type’s author in bulk
  • Metadata(Custom field in all post types)

2. Support bulk edits in all fields of a post type.

You can use filters to get fields of the post type based on their property to edit in bulk. The plugin is available with all fields of post types such as ID; Title; Content; Excerpt; Slug; Range of date; status; Author; Taxonomies; Formats….

  • ID: You can filter the range of post types by ID, separate IDs with commas or minus.
  • Title: This allows you to filter a post type using the title that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content.
  • Content: This allows you to filter post types using the content that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content.
  • Excerpt: You can filter post types using the excerpt that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content.
  • Slug: This allows you to filter post types using the slug that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content.
  • Range of Post date: You can filter post types based on the date of post.
  • Post status: Filter post types by status: Draft, pending, private, Published.
  • Author: Filter post types users who release.
  • Taxonomies: Filter post type based on taxonomies.

3. Manipulations with the table and cells to bulk edit post types

  • Select objects: Entire table; Columns; Rows,
  • Undo update.
  • Context menu.
  • Copy – Paste
  • Select a range
  • Apply an edit to other cells by dragging the fill handle
  • Delete selected objects
  • Order ascending
  • Order descending.
  • Find and Replace.
  • Duplicate rows.

 

4. Bulk edit post types – Other outstanding features

  • The Search tool to find the fields to edit in bulk. On the other hand, you can save time to quickly look for fields you want to edit.
  • Filter orders by ID, Title.
  • Save filter when reloading the page. In particular, the save filter button helps to save all your settings so that the selected options will remain even when you load the page.
  • Bulk edit Custom meta fields from third-party.
  • History to record the edits.

System Requires

It is recommended using

1. WordPress 5.0.x

2. PHP 7

 

Download Plugin

Get the plugin installation package from your account download page and save it to your desktop.

Install & Active plugin

Go to PluginsAdd NewUpload PluginChoose file/ Select wpbulky-wordpress-bulk-edit-post-types.zip  / click “Install Now“/ click “Active plugin”.

 

You can see video guide  – 7 minutes BULK Edit Post Meta data with WPBulky – WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types.

In this documentation, we focus on 3 default WordPress post types: Posts, Pages, Media.

Step 1: Go to WPBulky > Posts

 

Step 2: Filter Based on Post Properties

Click on the Filter icon , you can use tools to filter posts that you want to edit in bulk.  The plugin is available with sufficient filters for all properties of a post.

Step 3: Filter Fields to edit and settings 

Click on the Settings icon , you can easily select one or/and many fields of a post to interact and work with. Besides, some settings help you more convenient in working with fields and posts.

Step 4: Edit Post Properties in Bulk

Go to the editing areas, click directly on the property fields of a post to edit.

After filtering posts and fields that you need to change the post properties, let’s go to edit them in bulk, see the guide in the Edit Post Properties in Bulk section.

Step 5: Bulk edit custom meta fields 

Click on the Meta fields icon . Just like other post type fields, you can also bulk update and edit custom meta fields.

For example, to update a meta-field called Custom Meta for post type, you need to activate the meta key of the equivalent meta-field in this text field. You can activate multiple meta-keys at once.

 

Step 6: See the change and revert the edit if needed in the History

Click on the History icon . History helps to record the edits so that you can see the change and revert the edit if needed.

 

Filter Based on Properties of Post Types

You can use tools to filter posts, Pages, Media that you want to edit in bulk.

WPBulky WordPress Bulk Edit Post Types is available with the following filters all properties of a post type: ID, Title, Content, Excerpt, Slug, Range of Post date, Post status, Categories, Tags, Formats, Author.

  • ID: You can filter the range of posts by post ID, separate IDs with commas or minus for range.

  1. Click Filter icon
  2. Enter post IDs that you need to filter.
  3. Click Filter to take action.
  • Title, Content, Excerpt, Slug: These allow you to filter a post by the post Titles, Content, Excerpt, Slug that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content. The example below is to filter post with Title:

  1. Click the Filter icon.
  2. Enter a post title keyword that you need to filter
  3. Select an action to filter with key work of the title that can be exact, like, not include, begin, end, or empty content.
  4. Click Filter to take action.

 

  • Post date: You can filter posts based on a  range of post dates.

  1. Click the Filter icon.
  2. Enter post date from and to, to filter posts by post date.
  3. Click Filter to take action.

 

  • Post status: Filter posts by status: Draft, pending, private, public.

 

  • Author: Filter posts based on the author.

 

  • Categories, tags, formats: Select to filter posts by categories, tags, formats.

  1. Click the Filter icon.
  2. Enter categories and sub-categories that you need to filter
  3. Select an action to filter with selected categories and sub-categories that can be or, end, not in.
  4. Click Filter to take action.

Settings

Filter Fields to edit

You can easily select one or/and many fields of posts, pages, media to interact and work with. This helps to filter relevant fields that you are interested in and observe objects and tables more conveniently and effectively.

 

  1. Click on the settings.
  2. Filter to fields: Select fields to work with, the other fields will be hidden. Leave empty to show all fields. You can exclude fields to edit.
  3. The Search tool to find the fields to edit.
  4. Save the action.
  5. The result after filtering fields.

  1. Click on the settings.
  2. Post per page: Allows to show a number of posts per page
  3. Order by: Filter by ID, Title
  4. Order: Sort order by DESC or ASC
  5. Time to delete revision: Set time schedule to delete the history
  6. Save filter when load page: allows to save filter whenever you load the page.
  7. Save.

Edit Post types in Bulk

After filtering post types and fields that you need to change their properties, let’s go to edit them in bulk.

1. Bulk Edit post Title, Slug, Content, Excerpt: 

You can edit post titles along with the other fields with the following options:

  • Set new: Set a new post title.
  • Append: Add custom text at the end of the existing product title.
  • Prepend: Add custom text at the beginning of the existing product title.
  • Edit multiple cells: Select multi cells to edit.
  • Go to edit product page
  • View on single product page
  • Delete selected rows
  • Copy
  • Paste
  • Duplicate: Duplicate the selected row
  • Preview: Go to see the post on the front end.

 

 

2. Bulk Edit post images.

You can Add, Remove, or Replace post images.

 

3. Bulk Edit public dates.

You can reset or assign a new public date for posts.

 

4. Bulk Edit post status.

You can bulk edit a post’s status include Draft, pending, private, public.

 

5. Bulk Edit post categories

 

6. Bulk Edit post tags.

 

7. Bulk Edit formats

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meta Fields

Click on the Meta fields icon . Just like other post type fields, you can also bulk update and edit custom meta fields.

For example, to update a meta-field called Custom Meta for post type, you need to activate the meta key of the equivalent meta-field in this text field. You can activate multiple meta-keys at once.

  1. Click on the Meta fields icon
  2. Meta key of custom post type.
  3. Column name: Rename the custom fields as you want (after rename, click Save and reload the page).
  4. Value format: Json, array, textinput/numberinput/texteditor.
  5. Column type.
  6. Active: Tick to activate which custom fields
  7. Action: Remove or move a meta key.
  8. Get meta fields: Click to get meta fields to edit
  9. Save.
  10. New meta key: Add a new custom field of post type on the meta data.
  11. Show custom meta fields to edit.

 

History

History helps to record the edits so that you can see the change and revert the edit if needed.

  1. Click on the history icon.
  2. Date: Record the edited events by date.
  3. User: Who made the edit
  4. Action: See the edit at each point in detail, revert the edit at each point if needed.
  5. History point: Show the edit at a point in detail.
  6. Revert all posts at this point: Revert the edit at a point of all posts ( In the 5.)

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