The WordPress mobile app page manager now has a new way of handling published content, made possible due to a high amount of user feedback…
WordPress is a very powerful CMS or content management system which makes publishing and updating pages a cinch. But, there are still a few kinks in the platform. One such example is the way pages are displayed on the mobile apps for Android and iOS alike.
WordPress Mobile App Page Manager Update Rolls Out
The company has published a post on its official blog addressing the way pages show up in the mobile apps and how its changed the experience:
“We’ve made a small change to the WordPress mobile apps to make it easier for you to navigate and edit your pages. In previous versions of WordPress for iOS and Android, your pages were ordered by the date they were created as opposed to what your actual page hierarchy looks like on your website. Users told us they found it difficult to find the page they were looking to edit, so we’ve now updated this section to match the layout of your site.”
It’s a small but very substantial change. With the update, site owners and managers can more easily find what they’re looking for on-the-go.
How to Use the New WordPress Mobile App Page Manager
To use the new WordPress mobile app page manager, update to the latest version for Android or iOS. Then, do the following:
- Navigate to the “My Site” section.
- Select a site.
- Choose “Site Pages.”
- Set a parent page.