WP Panel has been built to completely transform the WordPress dashboard, to create a more user friendly experience for the end user. It also allows WordPress Agencies and Developers, as well as organisations with multiple users, to white-label the WordPress dashboard.
Once WP Panel is installed, the WordPress dashboard will automatically transform into the WP Panel dashboard. Our team of developers have spent time building a WordPress dashboard that integrates some of the key functionality a user will want from their dashboard, as well as improving its usability.
Features of the WP Panel dashboard includes:
- A top bar with “Your Dashboard” and the WP Panel logo. This can be customised in the settings panel.
- A menu bar allowing navigation to:
- Dashboard – this navigates back to the WP Panel WordPress dashboard.
- Website Analytics – when Google Analytics is integrated in the WP Panel settings panel, this tab will show some of the key web analytics from visitors through to devices.
- Website Leads – this will show any contact form entries submitted as long as the website is using one of either Formidable Forms, Contact Form 7, WP Forms, Gravity Forms and/or Elementor Forms. All form entries are shown in date order (most recent at the top), and the user has the ability to select “All Forms” or specific forms.
- All Video Resources – this tab includes “How To Videos” that the WP Panel team have recorded to show users how to use the key areas of their WordPress website. This will be added to over time.
- Visit Website – a simple way of visiting the website.
- Google Analytics key stats – when Google Analytics is setup correctly, key stats such as “Page Views” and Bounce Rate” is displayed in 6 columns.
- 6 customisable buttons navigating users to different areas of the WordPress dashboard. By default these are set to “Create/Edit Blogs”, “Create/Edit Pages”, “Run Updates”, “View/Edit Users”, “Hosting Panel”, and “Contact the Team”. The “Hosting Panel” and “Contact the Team” buttons need to be customised to include the hosting panel URL and email address for any support issues. Any of the buttons can be hidden in the settings panel – i.e. you don’t give users access to a hosting panel.
- How to Videos – 2 of “How to Videos” are included on the WordPress dashboard to show users how to use the WordPress backend.