“Editor Features” is available in the PublishPress Capabilities plugin and allows you to clean up the post editing screen. You can decide what users see when they're writing posts. Let's show you some examples.
This is available in both the Free and Pro versions of PublishPress Capabilities.
Inside the plugin, you'll find a “Editor Features” menu link:
On this screen, you'll be able to choose which features to hide for different user roles:
- There is a role selection dropdown in the top-left corner.
- If you have both Gutenberg and Classic Editor installed, you'll see tabs for both.
- Scroll down the screen and you can place a red X for every feature you want to hide.
Examples of how to use Editor Features #
Let's show you some examples of what “Editor Features” can do.
Take a look at the screenshot below which was set up using “Editor Features”. This is the normal Gutenberg Editor but the PublishPress Capabilities plugin has been used to hide many features. The user can write the post as normal, but they have no access any of the extra settings. All they can do is save the post as a “Draft” or click “Publish”.
This is possible using the settings in the screenshot below. There is a red X in almost every box except for “Publish / Update”.
You can also use “Editor Features” to do exactly the opposite. You can give users access to every setting except for the “Publish” button. In the screenshot below, the user can manage everything about this post, but they can't change the status or publish it. All they can do is save new drafts.
If you want to remove access to the “Publish” button, you can do that using the settings in the screenshot below:
“Editor Features” works with Classic Editor also. You could set up your site so that user can't see anything about the post. All they can do is add Categories and Tags.
Alternatively, you can allow a user to have access to the body of a post, plus the “Featured image” box: