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Enables the popular Markdown syntax in your post editor for posts, pages, and custom post types, with a help bar to guide you along.
Automatically pull in content from RSS feeds and around the web, then discuss them with your team and draft new posts from new ideas.
A chrome extension to draft your posts as a Google Doc then automatically send it over to WordPress as a post draft to publish.
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Use a shortcode included in the plugin to automatically display or hide content on your posts and pages according to the time and date.
Create tiny chunks of reusable content, including text, forms, and PHP code, and then add them to posts or pages with a shortcode or TinyMCE button.
Set an interval of time between each one of your posts and make sure that there is a proper time interval between each one.
Create a randomized URL that can be shared for public viewing before the post or page is published, so only users with the URL can view the page.
Restrict users to a single category using a drop-down menu in the user's profile. Restricted users will only be able to publish to the category they are assigned to.
Easily add multiple authors to posts in WordPress just as you would tags, and automatically replace the author link on the front-end.
Choose which pieces of the WordPress editor to group together, so that it's a little bit more organized. Customize for each post type, and turn on or off with a checkbox.