How to Upload and Create a Document Gallery in WordPress

Want to create a good-looking document gallery in WordPress?

A content-rich WordPress website is not only written in words but also showcases plenty of media, documents, and graphics.

When you want to share those contents, you can’t upload them to the WordPress media library. Or when you managed to do it, it looks kind of austere and unappealing to readers. They might think that is some issue or harmful file and hesitate to click on it.

This article will help you successfully upload those necessary file types. And display them nicely on any WordPress page or post gallery.

Upload Document File Types to WordPress

What’s allowed to be uploaded and what’s not?

WordPress by default allows many document file types:

  • .pdf (Portable Document Format)
  • .doc, .docx (Microsoft Word Document)
  • .ppt, .pptx, .pps, .ppsx (Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation)
  • .odt (OpenDocument Text Document)
  • .xls, .xlsx (Microsoft Excel Document)
  • .psd (Adobe Photoshop Document)

Those are the most widely used file types. But if you need to upload a document file type that is not supported, you can easily get the know-how below.

WordPress 5.8 adds WebP support

Also, it’s worth mentioning that WordPress 5.8 adds new fields to Site Health to help determine if a site is capable of processing WebP format image files. And you can also manage these WebP files efficiently with the FileBird plugin.

In my personal experience, I often use these ebook formats including .prc, .epub, .mobi, .azw, .djvu, etc. Despite not being common, those file types have been existing for a very long time and actually got many advantages in terms of sharing among platforms and reading user experience on different devices.

Or when designers want to upload their graphic files such as .svg, .cad, .dwg, motion graphic files, etc. And Apple documents such as .numbers, .pages, and so on?

Upload unpermitted document file types

To allow those file types to be uploaded, you got to install some WordPress pre-built code to implement it, and here I choose File Upload Types. This is a fast and direct solution.

A plugin to allow uploading more file types

Right after activation, you’ll see a list of file formats that are well categorized in different functionality and media types.

A quick tip: You can use Ctrl + F (or Cmd + F) to search for the file type/format you want.

So when I want to get webp file types, I can easily locate them and tick the corresponding checkbox. Then all I have to do is to click Save changes and carry on uploading those files. Yayks!

Categorized File Type list in Upload Plugin

Another good thing about this plugin is it allows you to add custom file types. It’s just as easy as shown in the screenshot above. Just fill those fields including the file description, MIME type, its extension, and then you’re good to go.

We won’t have to refresh or leave the page in order to complete those tasks. But of course, make sure you click Save Settings after making changes.

When you finish uploading all the necessary file types, we move on to the next step of adding those files in a document gallery.

Create a Document List in WordPress

If you manually add a document to a WordPress page or post, all it shows is the file name which is also linked to that file’s URL or download link.

A document file without its thumbnail makes it less appealing and fewer people will click it.

Here’s a document with its link.

Link to Document in WordPress post

In Gutenberg, you can make it look a bit better by using the File block. This is how it looks when I use File blocks to add documents one by one.

Document list in Gutenberg

That’s all you can do within WordPress default.

Fortunately, there’s a plugin to help you enhance the document gallery with thumbnails for each file type and also provides multiple options to display them in a good-looking showcase.

Now think about which page/post editor you’re currently using because Gutenberg editor takes some different aspects from the classic editor. Following are the guidelines for these 2 different WordPress page/post editors.

Create a Document Gallery in Classic Editor

Required plugins: Document Gallery

In order to add a well-aligned gallery of documents in WordPress classic editor, all you need is the plugin Document Gallery by Dan Rossiter. Just download and install it for free from the WordPress repo.

1. Navigate in Document Gallery plugin

Upon activation, you’ll see a new menu Document Gallery created under Settings menu. That is where you head over to when you need to adjust advanced settings.

In the scope of this tutorial, you don’t need to dive into it too much as this plugin actually allows convenient access right from the WordPress page/post editor.

2. Add Media to your document library

When editing any page or post, click Add Media > Create Document Gallery > select all necessary document files > Create a New Document Gallery.

3. Set up links, layouts, and thumbnails

Next, you’ll be seeing the setup part for this gallery.

Edit document gallery settings

You would want to care about these settings:

  • Link To: choose Media File if you want the users one-click to download, or Attachment Page if you want to direct users to the file page.
  • Columns: how many columns you want your gallery to display in
  • Use auto-generated document thumbnails

Then you click Update to save all the changes. This is how your 3-column document gallery looks on the front-end.

Document gallery display in WordPress post

Create a Document Gallery in Gutenberg Editor

Like it or not, Gutenberg is enforced and will likely replace the Classic editor in a few years. The fact that many clients really enjoy using Gutenberg blocks makes sense for us to keep it updated with the right Gutenberg-friendly plugins.

Below is the tutorial on how to use Document gallery for Gutenberg users.

Required plugins: Document Gallery & FileBird

For those who are not familiar with FileBird, it is a WordPress media organizer that comes with a great Gutenberg image gallery block. Now FileBird v4.3.1 and its later releases also support document gallery block via dg shortcode (Document Gallery plugin supported shortcode).

1. Organize document files in a folder

After activating those two plugins, navigate to your Media library and upload your document files to a folder. If your files were already uploaded, just bulk select and drag n’ drop them to the destination folder.

Here I’ve renamed the folder as Document and place it on the top of the folder tree for easy view.

Document Folder ID in list mode

2. Find the folder ID

In media library’s List mode, select that Document folder and look into its URL. You’ll see fbv=folderid. Refer to the screenshot above, fbv=308 meaning the folder ID is 308.

3. Paste the document display shortcode to your page/post

[dg id=-1 fbv=308]

To display this document folder in a page or post using Gutenberg editor, you add this shortcode along with the folder ID:

Create a document gallery with shortcode in Gutenberg

This shortcode pulls the document gallery settings and applies them to this FileBird folder to help those contained documents display on the Gutenberg front-end.

Just as simple as that, when published, your new WordPress document gallery looks like this.


There are many Gutenberg users who love Document gallery plugin yet the plugin seems to be abandoned and they cannot find a way to utilize it. They ask us to improve FileBird to support DG. And this dg shortcode is our little Christmas gift for them. 🎉

Final Thoughts

This article aims to demonstrate all the steps you have to take to upload unallowed file types and create a nice document gallery in WordPress with auto-generated thumbnails.

Should you have a better solution, don’t hesitate to leave your opinion in the comment box or chatbox below.

We hope you can get it done in no time. Can’t wait to see your document gallery published!

How to Customize Dokan Emails

As an experienced WordPress and WooCommerce user, I have come to realize the importance of having nice and much better Emails sent out to WooCommerce store clients. Since the basic WooCommerce Email does not allow for much customization that would help serve store customers in the best possible way.

Thus, it is necessary to introduce another plugin that would help you have this WooCommerce Email customization capability. The tool to be employed must be able to help you customize the generic WooCommerce Emails and also should be compatible with many other WooCommerce addon plugins since there are other addons that also add some extra Email templates to the regular WooCommerce templates.

Therefore, in this article, I’ll take you through the basic things you need to know about customizing extra Email templates added to WooCommerce by a specific WooCommerce addon plugin called ‘Dokan’ using a specific WooCommerce Email customizer called ‘YayMail’.

Contents to be discussed

  1. Why Customize Email Templates?
  2. What’s YayMail?
  3. What is Dokan Multi Vendor?
  4. YayMail’s Addon for Dokan?
  5. The Dokan Templates Customizable With YayMail
  6. Common Design Customizations
  7. How to Customize Dokan Email Template With YayMail

Why Customize Dokan Email Templates?

For many beneficial reasons, you can customize your Dokan Email templates, some of these include the following:

  1. The generic Email template that comes with Dokan will certainly appear very similar across all web stores that use Dokan. To make your Dokan Emails stand out, customize these generic Dokan templates. It will help you add some unique touches of customization to them by editing with YayMail.
  2. YayMail gives you more flexibilities by allowing you to add so many extra elements to the Dokan Email templates. Helping you spice up your designs, instead of accepting the generic ‘take-as-is’ kind of design.
  3. You have the ability to include more information in the Emails like personalization and brand centralization.

What is YayMail?

YayMail – WooCommerce Email Customizer is a WordPress plugin that gives you the ability to customize emails sent out by WooCommerce. Its drag and drop editor makes it super easy to edit the emails to the desired state that suits your business. You can add images, use different fonts, icons, colours, and so on.

YayMail comes in two forms including:

Free: A free plugin to help you fully customize 11 standard WC email templates

YayMail Pro: A paid plugin including all the free features, AND compatible with various third-party WordPress/WooCommerce plugins

What is Dokan Multi Vendor?

Dokan – WooCommerce Multi Vendor Marketplace extension allows you to create an online marketplace with multiple sellers. You will be able to earn via various types of products: physical, downloadable, bookable, auction products and so on.

What is YayMail’s Addon for Dokan

The YayMail’s addon for Dokan is an additional PRO version addon plugin for the stand-alone YayMail plugin. It works either with the free version or the PRO version of the YayMail plugin. It can help you customize the majority of the Dokan Multi Vendor plugin Email templates.


This YayMail Addon for Dokan will work with either the free version or the PRO version of YayMail stand-alone plugin, but it is a PRO plugin itself.

The Dokan Templates Customizable With YayMail

The Dokan Multi Vendor plugin have different default mail templates that comes with it, all of these template designs are customizable and they can be branded with Colors, Logos, Fonts etc.

These templates include:

Dokan New Product – This notifies the admin when seller added a new product of status publish.

New Pending Product – Email notifies the admin when seller add a new product of status pending

Dokan Pending Product Published – Notifies sellers when admin review sellers product and make it publish

New Seller Registered – Notifies admins when a new seller registers on dokan

Dokan New Withdrawal Request – Notifies admin when seller make a withdraw request

Withdraw Approved – Notifies seller when admin approve seller withdraw request

Dokan Withdraw cancelled – Notifies sellers when admin cancel seller withdraw request

Contact Vendor – Notifies sellers when a new customer contacts them via message form

Dokan Vendor New Order – Notifies sellers when a new customer places new order

Vendor Completed Order – Notifies customers when their order is completely processed by seller

Dokan Announcement – Notifies the sellers when admin makes an announcement

Updated Pending Product – Notifies sellers when admin updates their pending product

Dokan New Refund Request – Notifies the seller when vendor request refund

Refund Processed – Notifies the customer when their refund is processed by seller

Dokan Vendor Enable – Notifes the vendors when their account is enabled by the admin

Vendor Disable – Notifes the vendors when their account is disabled by the admin

Common Design Customizations

Some of the common Design Customizations you can use include:

Header Image – An image that you’d like to display at the top of all emails. You might want to use your logo or other brand imagery here.

Footer Text – Information found at the bottom of each email. Include a link to your website and contact information to make it easy for your customers to get in touch.

Base Color – The color used for headings, links, and the background of your email title.

Background Color – The color used for the background of the email.

Body Background Color – The color of your email content background.

Body Text Color – The color for all written email content.

How to Customize Dokan Email Template With YayMail

As an example, I will explain how to customize the ‘Dokan New Product’ Email template. Ideally, it is just the same method if you are customizing other Dokan Email templates too.

You can customize the ‘Dokan New Product’ email template via your wp-admin > WooCommerce > Email Customizer > Dokan New Product.

Here is a screenshot that shows the default WooCommerce design for this Dokan template:

Now, we can follow these easy steps to make a better design:

Change the Logo: You can change the Logo by clicking on the default WooCommerce Logo and change it or simply by clicking on the “Element” tab and then drag and drop the Logo element to the top layer of the design.

You have many customizations for the logo such as align, padding, link, width, background color, .etc

Set the Heading color: This the color of your Order Title background and it is better to set this based on your website’s color scheme and color consistency.

Change the Title text: This is the title of the email and this can be designed by clicking on the title and then changing the font type, font color etc.

Add a Heading text: You can add a header texts, something nice to motivate your customers by clicking on the “Elements” tab and dragging and dropping the “Text” element to the canvas.

Personalize some parts of the Email content: This is a very cool way to win the hearts of your customers with a touchy and personal email, you can add or edit a “Text” element, then click on the “shortcode” options to see available name shortcodes to add in the text, so as to call each customers name in the email.

Add a Button at the bottom and change its color for consistency: You can add a button by dragging and dropping to the working canvas via the basic “Elements” tab.

Add a nice footer text: A footer text is not so necessary but in fact, if well used it might add some spice to your designs and it might just be a great way to add watermarks, special link, unsubscribe link etc. You can click to edit the existing one or add a new footer text via the basic elements from the “Elements” tab.

What next after customizing Email template?

  1. Send test email: One-click to send a test message to any email address to see how your designed email would look like in the inbox.
  2. Preview: Instantly view your customized email in a pop-up at full-screen mode. You can see how it looks on desktop and mobile devices.
  3. Save: Save your edits at any point in time.

Here is a screenshot that shows our new design for this Dokan template customized with YayMail:

Wrapping Up

In conclusion, this article has discussed how to customize Dokan Email templates with an easy to use Dokan addon plugin for the YayMail plugin. We now understand why it is important to have better, personalized and brand-centralized Emails sent to your customers, vendors and site admins.

Basically, there are three tools discussed in this article; YayMail, YayMail addon for Dokan and Dokan multi-vendor plugin. YayMail is an Email Customizer for WooCommerce that is accessible in both free and premium variants.

The free form is presumably enough for most sites, but you need the premium addon for Dokan to help you design Dokan Email templates.

How to Download an item purchased from CodeCanyon market

This guide is to show you how to download an item you purchased from CodeCanyon market.

You should download item(s) immediately after purchasing because they may be taken down any time.

Go to and you will see a list of all the items you purchased.

Hover on “Download” button on the item you want and choose ‘Installable WordPress file only’ which contains the plugin code only, or ‘License certificate and purchase code’ for the item license information only.


6 Best WordPress Telegram Plugins

Telegram is an ever-expanding messaging platform which provides loads of powerful features in its native groups and channels. If you are a WordPress website owner, you absolutely can’t skip these top WordPress Telegram plugins.

Those add-ons are surely adding tons of value to your website including content exposure boost as well as subscriber raise. What’s more, while surfing WordPress repo I’ve found out some other features integrated with Telegram which you don’t know they even exist.

Now hop on this roundup article and see how these Telegram plugins for WordPress can be of great help to you!

1. NinjaTeam Chat for Telegram

NinjaTeam WP support chat plugin for Telegram

The Telegram plugin for WordPress developed by Ninja Team helps you add a floating chat widget to your WordPress website. This widget appears as a button staying at the right or left corner of the web pages.

When your visitors click on this button, it’ll expand into a beacon window from where they can choose a member from your support team or sales reps to start a conversation.

Telegram widget WordPress plugin frontend interface

You will have various options to streamline the widget preferences so that it fits well with your business or monetization purposes.

  • Telegram widget with custom color, image, button shape, pre-filled messages with dynamic shortcodes
  • Display available time works well on all cache plugins
  • Button shortcode to embed in any pages or posts
  • Order on Telegram button on WooCommerce product pages

Enable Telegram button on WooCommerce pages

Who gets immense help from this Telegram plugin?

  • Community building advocates
  • Crypto Telegram groups and channels
  • Trading communities

2. WP Telegram (Auto Post and Notifications)

WP Telegram is an excellent plugin for big websites with rich resources. This plugin provides an automated flow to send private notifications to groups and posts to Telegram channel. Auto-posting to Telegram supports both channels and groups while auto-sending message supports groups and personal users.

wordpress telegram bot

This plugin provides clear instructions on how to create a new bot, add the bot to a particular group and send a test message. After doing this setup properly, you can go ahead and set rules for what and when to send content to this group.

Moreover, the proxy of WP Telegram is a hot trick for those hosts who were banned on Telegram.


  • Send posts automatically to Telegram when published or updated
  • Send featured image along with the text/excerpt
  • Add inline button and delayed posts
  • Easy conditional settings
  • Support all WooCommerce and ACF text fields

3. Replain

replain - messenger and telegram

Replain is a fancy solution for early adopters who want to play ahead of their competitors. It not only supports Telegram private messaging but also provide a multi channel button for all kind of queries.

Upon activation, you’ll have to follow their link to generate a Re:plain code. Once run successfully, your new chat widget is enabled.

You’ll see a new click to chat button in the corner of your web page. Any website visitors can send you a Telegram message to ask whatever they have in mind.

Think of a contact form, yet much much much easier and you can collect more information about the senders. When you receive a message from a visitor via Telegram, you’ll get their entered name, email address, phone number. Additionally, you also get other info such as date, location, audience ID, and the web page from which they opt to send the message.

replain bot

Refer to the image above, you’re allowed to send a message back so that the recipient will receive it when they return to your website. And this is how your audience will see your replies.

replain chat box via telegram


  • Cool and modern UI/UX
  • Fast setup
  • Choose the operator to take care of the customer
  • Response templates available

4. Telegram Bot & Channel

telegram bot plugin

Similar to WP Telegram, this Telegram bot plugin relies on BotFather to create a new bot. Once you’ve created a bot and received your token, head down to the Configuration section to see all options and settings you need to get this bot up and running.

telegram-plugin bot channel configuration

5. Telegram notifications for WooCommerce

telegram notification woocommerce

This is a convenient way to automatically get notified whenever someone makes a purchase from your online store. To use this add-on, your WordPress website must be using WooCommerce.

Below is the demo illustration to show how your WooCommerce notifications look like on your Telegram app screen.

telegram woocommerce message

If you’re a fan of WooCommerce, check out CartBack abandonment cart & Facebook Messenger remarketing.


  • Immediate notifications
  • Easy to setup
  • Full order details

6. WP Telegram Login & Register

wp telegram login plugin

This a helpful plugin to clear the lengthy process of submitting info via a lengthy multi-step registration form.

With a few configuration steps, you can link your domain to your Telegram bot. Please check out this guide on how to create a Telegram bot for your business if you haven’t already.

Once successfully updated your domain. You can display the Log in with Telegram button anywhere in your website. Using shortcode, you can embed it in page/post. Or you can also drag the Telegram widget to the Footer section and it’ll display nicely with an optional title.

log in with telegram button

This is a great way to save time for all users who want to be subscriber or contributor to your website. Combined with other Telegram plugins by Manzoor Wani, you can set up your own user management system and reach them easily via Telegram groups or broadcast news and updates via Telegram channels.

Sum Up 😘

The above are tried and tested WordPress Telegram plugins that we believe to be the most advantageous to your WordPress website which has a majority of users preferably on Telegram.

If you’re a fan of WhatsApp Messenger and WhatsApp Business, you will like our WhatsApp widget plugin for WordPress. Click the button below to check out its great features and ratings.

Have we left out any worth-mentioning plugins from the above list? If so, let us know in the chatbox below.

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How to customize WooCommerce Subscription Emails

Subscription is a business model that we are using a lot nowadays. Since WordPress is a platform which owns 30% websites all over the world and its WooCommerce is its right hand weapon for online shops, we can see that a lot of shop owners are using WooCommerce Subscription plugin for their sites. However, WooCommerce Subscription plugin itself does not offer much customization for their emails. This becomes a high demand since shop owners always want to make their emails which are sent out to their customers beautifully and match with their shop brand.

If you are one of those users who is using WooCommerce Subscription and would like to make its emails stand out from the crowd, you came to the right place.

In this article, I will guide you on how to customize your WooCommerce Subscription emails at ease with no coding required.

Where these emails come from?

Display WooCommerce Default Emails 

Normally you can see a list of emails in WooCommerce settings like this

But today I’ll show you how to display all WooCommerce emails in a friendly user interface.

First you need to install a free plugin called YayMail.

In your WordPress dashboard, search for “YayMail” and install it.


Then go to YayMail interface, you will see 11 default templates generated from WooCommerce. When selling physical or one time payment products, you have these emails to communicate with your customers.

Display WooCommerce Subscription Emails

When selling subscription products, you can have 10 extra emails from WooCommerce Subscription plugin

These 10 emails includes:

New Renewal Order:  This email was sent when a subscription renewal payment is made. It is sent to shop admin by default, but you could also customize it to be sent to fulfillment or drop shipping third parties.

Subscription Switched: It is sent when a client choose to upgrades or downgrades a subscription, sent to the shop admin by default.

Processing Renewal Order: This is sent to a customer when payment has been made for a subscription which is now being waiting for fulfillment. The payment can be a manual renewal payment or an automatically recurring payment.

Completed Renewal Order: A client receives this email when his subscription renewal order is marked complete. This means the client has received their order.

On-hold Renewal Order: This will be sent to a client when his subscription renewal order is on hold. 

Subscription Switched Complete: This is sent to a customer when he/she successfully upgrades or downgrades a subscription. This gets sent instead of the WooCommerce Completed Order email for orders to switch subscriptions.

Customer Renewal Invoice: A customer will receive this when the subscription is due for renewal and the renewal requires a manual payment, either because it uses manual renewals or the automatic recurring payment failed. This email contains renewal order information and payment links.

Cancelled Subscription: This gets sent when a subscription has been canceled by the customer (at the time when they click ‘cancel’) or shop admin. Shop admin get this mail by default.

Expired Subscription: This email is sent when a subscription is changed to expired. It is sent to the shop admin by default.

Suspended Subscription: This email gets sent when a customer manually suspends their subscription from his My Account page. Shop owner receives this email by default.

Customize WooCommerce Subscription Emails


You can see those templates from the WooCommerce Subscription plugin in YayMail interface, but now it comes with “Addon”. It means that you need a YayMail addon for these templates.

Please go to YayMail addon for WooCommerce Subscription and purchase an addon for your WooCommerce Subscription emails. Install it like what you do for any plugin.

After installing the addon, you can see that those templates are supported now.

Just click each one to customize your emails.

The addon added some elements that you can use to customize your WooCommerce Subscription.

Let us do an example on the first template of WooCommerce Subscription,

It’s the New Renewal Order.

Let’s change the logo.

Now change the email heading

You can customize color, background, padding, etc. or change titles of the WooCommerce Subscription information.

You can change body text and other text as well.

Now we change billing shipping design into the color we want.

Let’s come to the footer now. You can drag the footer element into your email and start designing it.

Now done! We have a very beautifully designed template!

To help you save time on designing other templates, you can use Copy template option.

Or you can copy each element like this


I hope this article gave you some information on how you could customize your Subscription Emails. If you like it, don’t hesitate to share or if there is something that you need our help, please just contact us. Cheers!

4 Ways to Download WordPress Media Library

There are many scenarios in which downloading all WordPress media files become required.

It could be when you create a brand new website and you want to keep those valuable files in place. Or you simply want to create a backup for media files during WordPress migration. You can also regularly export a full media library archive in case you’re about to install a new plugin or update WordPress core and you don’t want strange conflicts.

What to look for when downloading WordPress media?

Download WordPress media library helps keep your media files safe when testing new updates or staging new developments.

While it is possible to go through each image, download it one by one, and then sort them out, that manual work is not enjoyable at all. It is even very time-consuming when you have thousands of media files. You would want something fast, simple, and neat.

This article is going to show you 4 straightforward ways to download the entire library of your WordPress media files.

With a few clicks and a full copy of your WordPress media library will be ready in your computer or cloud storage services with minimum effort.

Now let’s hop on the first tactic.

1. FileBird media folders

FileBird is a media library organizer plugin that has frequent new features from time to time. And Download media folder is one of them!

FileBird media folders for WordPress

This plugin is super useful for media-heavy websites like cuisine blogs, fashion showcases, and photographers/designers portfolios.

FileBird comes with a user-friendly interface that allows you to drag and drop to organize all media files. After you categorize them the way you want, you can easily use the right-click to access its smart context menu.

From the menu dropdown, click Download to download the entire selected folder.

Export or download a WP media folder easily

This action will save your media folder in a ZIP file, keeping the same folder structure of the main folders and nested folders. With this method, you can scientifically keep the media data backup in the organized order — thus very easy to check back and sort them out.


The exported ZIP file contains only the original files. By excluding the WordPress auto-generated image sizes, you will have neat and clear media folders to save in hard disk or cloud services.


This is a paid option, meaning you will have to pay for the FileBird Premium version to get this feature enabled.

Learn more about Compare FileBird Free and Pro.

Now let’s head over to the free download/export options.

2. Filester File Manager Pro plugin

Filester is actually a handy yet versatile file manager for all of your WordPress server files. The free version already offers all the professional features you need to manage WP configuration.

In this section, I’m going to show you only a tiny built-in feature to help you see how it works in exporting WordPress media library.

To start off, you need to go to your WordPress admin dashboard and install Filester – File Manager Pro.

This can be done easily by running a search of FilesterActivate the plugin.

Filester file manager pro for WordPress


After activated, Filester plugin creates a new menu item File Manager on the left sidebar. And you can click on it to view all the files that compose your current WordPress website.

Filester file manager pro user interface

This user-friendly interface allows you to browse files and folders at ease like on your computer. I would expect it’ll be extremely simple for you to find the folder for all WordPress media files. By clicking on the folder wp-content > uploads, you’ll locate all your media files arranged in folders by year and month.

By now you can just right-click the folder you want to download and choose Download to get them automatically downloaded to your computer in a ZIP file.

download wordpress media library using filester

Quick note:

In case you have many other addons and page builders installed in your WordPress, you’ll see their own folders nested under wp-content/uploads/, too.

For instance: elementor folder & css folder in the screenshot below.

filester file manager folders

You can just ignore them and only choose the folder you want to keep an extra copy.


This download process right from WordPress file manager is conducted very fast and smoothly.

It maps the whole year- and month-based folder structure so that you can import to the new site correctly.


If you haven’t set up user role permissions in File Manager, other users might interfere in your settings.

That said, for those who are more of a techie, refer to the second method below.

3. Use FTP Client

Your next option is to use the FTP (file transfer protocol), which requires you to download an FTP client and install it to your computer. FTP is basically a method of transferring files between a client (your computer) and a server (your WordPress website).

FTP is, of course, an excellent solution for WordPress management.

Caution: However, if you’re just taking the first steps in creating a blog on WordPress, it’ll be quite frustrating with this file transfer software’s user interface. When you accidentally move or make changes to a file or folder, it can easily break your website.

Now that when you feel confident to run FTP client, connect to Site Manager and navigate to your WordPress contents via the path /public-html/wp-content/uploads/.

Every time you upload images and videos to WordPress media library, they will be stored in year- and month-based folders. This system follows a chronological order which means the files uploaded in the year 2020 will be stored in the folder 2020, and so on and so forth for the subfolder of months.

You can do almost the same as the operations of Filester, let’s find the folder you want to keep and right-click to download them.



You don’t have to install a new plugin just for the export.


Can be hard for WordPress starters.

4. Use Export Media Library Plugin

If you have an excellent collection to be backed up on your system or simply because you need the media files for immediate distribution, using a dedicated plugin for this task is very much recommended. With this WordPress media library export plugin, you can utilize it as a one-off and then uninstall it once all media files are safely stored.

This is an easier way to download the entire media library for non-techies, like me. Just download the free Export Media Library plugin and you’ll be able to download a zip file of your entire library!

Upon activation, you can find the Export settings right under Media menu. Simply choose the folder structure (a single folder for all files OR nested folders) and compression mode for all media.

export media library


Simple and easy to use.


You have to install a new plugin with the sole purpose of downloading the WP media library.

Note that, depending upon your media library capacity, downloading media uploads could take too long and lead to a timeout. You may need to discuss how to best utilize this plugin with your hosting provider.

WordPress media library seems unresponsive? Check out to learn how to fix WordPress media library not loading.

Conclusion on downloading WordPress media library

Once you have correctly downloaded your WordPress media library, you will have a full backup of WP documents and media files. Bear in mind that WordPress generates many different sizes of one image, so the media library you get has more files than original files.

Therefore, using FileBird folder download (premium feature) comes in handy when you need to sort out all pictures and videos for your next projects later on.

If you would love to organize your WordPress media files better with folders, just install FileBird for free.

Did I mention that Filester has many other powerful features? Something you can do with the help of Filester includes drag and drop to move files, right-click to smart context menu, restrict access for user type, advanced settings for different user roles, etc.




How to customize WooCommerce Emails

WordPress is a great e-commerce platform and WooCommerce is the best WordPress e-commerce plugin so far. Nearly 30% of online stores all over the world are now using WooCommerce. However, the WooCommerce transactional emails which store owners use to communicate with their customers are so underdeveloped and does not offer much in terms of customization of design.

There is a high demand that comes to customizing these emails because store owners would want to customize these default emails to match with their store designs and styles. If you find yourself as one of these store owners, you came in the right place.

A lot of tools had been developed to help resolve this issue. In this article, I’ll take you through the easiest way you need to know about customizing your WooCommerce email templates in order to match your brand, so you can break away from the vague template that are defaults for WooCommerce.

Why Customize Email Templates?

There are lots of advantages that comes with customizing the WooCommerce Emails, some of these include the following:

  1. Unlike the regular WooCommerce’s mail template which would show the same or very similar mail concepts from different stores to a customer and make it difficult for them to easily identify a specific store, an Email customizer would help have a specific brand design concept for your Emails that could be easily recognized by most customers.
  2. There is an advantage of more flexibilities in terms of additional elements that could be used in your templates to spice up your designs since WooCommerce’s default is a ‘take-as-is’ kind of design.
  3. You have the ability to include several information in the Emails you send out to your customers and add more values in term of personalization etc.

The Default WooCommerce Email Templates

WooCommerce have different default mail templates that comes with it. You can not customize these template designs at default but we will guide you how to do it below. They can be branded with your colors, logos, fonts etc.

These templates include:

  • New Order – Notifies the store admin that a new order has been placed on the website.
  • Cancelled Order – Notifies the store admin of an order that has been cancelled.
  • Failed Order – Notifies the store admin of a failed order.
  • Order On-Hold – Sends to the customer and contains details of the order. Triggered when the order status is changed to “On-Hold”.
  • Order Processing – Sends to the customer and contains details of the order.  Triggered when the order status is changed to “Order Processing”.
  • Order Completed – Sends to the customer and contains details of the order. Triggered when the order status is changed to “Order Complete”.
  • Order Refunded – Sends to the customer when an order is refunded.
  • Customer Invoice – Sends to the customer and contains order information and payment links.
  • Customer Note – Sends to a customer. Triggered when a store owner adds a note to the order.
  • Password Reset – Sends to a customer when they request a new password via the store.
  • New Account – Sends to a customer when they create a new account in the store.

How to Customize WooCommerce Email Templates

This job could be done easily with the help of a free plugin called YayMail. In your WordPress plugin dashboard, search for YayMail and install it.

Then navigate to WooCommerce > Email Customizer, you’ll see all WooCommerce emails are displayed in YayMail interface.

With predesigned elements, you can drag and drop them to design your email templates.

Common Design Customizations

Some of the common Design Customizations you can change include:

Header Image – An image that you’d like to display at the top of all emails. You might want to use your logo or other brand imagery here.

Footer Text – Information found at the bottom of each email. Include a link to your website and contact information to make it easy for your customers to get in touch.

Base Color – The color used for headings, links, and the background of your email title.

Background Color – The color used for the background of the email.

Body Background Color – The color of your email content background.

Body Text Color – The color for all written email content.

Basically, it’s the same method you would use if you want to customize any WooCommerce email template, but as an example, we will explain how to customize the ‘New Order’ email template.

You can customize the ‘New Order’ email template via your WordPress admin dashboard > WooCommerce > Email Customizer > New Order.

Here is a screenshot that shows the default WooCommerce design for this template:

Now, we can follow these easy steps to make a better design:

Change the Logo:

You can change the Logo by clicking on the default WooCommerce Logo and change it or simply by clicking on the “Element” tab and then drag and drop the Logo element to the top layer of the design.

Set the Heading color:

This is the color of your Order Title background and it is better to set this based on your website’s color scheme and color consistency.

Change the Title text:

This is the title of the email and you can design it by clicking on the title then change the shortcode, font type, font color etc.

Add a Heading text: 

You can add a header texts, something nice to motivate your customers by clicking on the “Elements” tab and dragging and dropping the “Text” element to the canvas.

Personalize some parts of the Email content:

This is a very cool way to win the hearts of your customers with a touchy and personal email, you can add or edit a “Text” element, then click on the “shortcode” options to see available name shortcodes to add in the text, so as to call each customers name in the email.

Change the Order Details, Billing and Shipping Details header color:

You can add these elements via the “Elements” tab and even create two columns for the Billing and Shipping details.

You can click to edit them if already existing in the design canvas and then adjust the colors and fonts etc.

Add a Button at the bottom and change its color for consistency

You can add a button by dragging and dropping to the working canvas via the basic “Elements” tab and a button is a good way to add special discounted products or offers.

Add a nice footer text:

A footer text is not so necessary but in fact, if well used it might add some spice to your designs and it might just be a great way to add watermarks, special link, unsubscribe link etc. You can click to edit the existing one or add a new footer text via the basic elements from the “Elements” tab.

What next after customizing Email template?

  1. Send test email: One-click to send a test message to any email address to see how your designed email would look like in the inbox.
  2. Preview: Instantly view your customized email in a pop-up at full-screen mode. You can see how it looks on desktop and mobile devices.
  3. Save: Save your edits at any point in time.

Here is a screenshot that shows our new design for this template with YayMail:

Moreover, there are so many available shortcodes for you to customize WooCommerce email content at ease.

More infomation about YayMail plugin

YayMail – WooCommerce Email Customizer is a WordPress plugin that gives you the opportunity to customize all the different emails sent out by WooCommerce.
Its drag and drop editor makes it super easy to edit the emails to the desired state that suits your business. For instance, you can add images, use different fonts, icons, colours, and so on.

The plugin comes in two forms including:

YayMail Free: A free plugin to help you fully customize 11 standard WooCommerce email templates

YayMail Pro: A paid plugin including all the free features, and includes advanced features for WPML, order tracking, etc.

YayMail Addons: There are also a lot of plugins out there which generate additional emails for WooCommerce, luckily YayMail have addons for them. You can see more details on their YayMail documentation page.

Wrapping Up

In conclusion, we discussed how to customize WooCommerce messages with an easy to use plugin. Having an incredible email format for WooCommerce is the ideal method of connecting with your clients.

Moreover, a great deal of clients anticipate seeing a well-structured email in their inbox when they have bought a thing on your site. Having a plain email with just messages will put them off and make them buy from other sites.

YayMail is an Email Customizer for WooCommerce that is accessible in both free and premium variants. The free form is presumably enough in the event that you are simply beginning and making your first layout. Nonetheless, as you progress you might discover the need to move up to the premium version and its additional addons.

How to add Telegram Chat into your WordPress website

This is a step-by-step guide to show you how to add Telegram Chat into your WordPress website.

You need a plugin to help you do it, it is NinjaTeam Chat for Telegram.

It’s lightweight with cool features.

Upload Telegram Chat plugin

In your WordPress dashboard, go to Menu Plugins > Search for “NinjaTeam Chat for Telegram” > Click “Install Now” > Activate it

Configure Telegram Chat

In this article, we will go through 4 sections:

  1. Add New Account
  2. Floating Widget
  3. WooCommerce Button settings
  4. Analytics

1. Add New Account / All accounts

1. Account Name

The name of a staff/member/support agent, for example, Ashley, Jack, Jill, etc.

2. Telegram Username

3. Title

Their job title, for example, Customer Success Associate, Technical Support Engineer, Sales Associate, etc. This title is displayed in the floating widget.

4. Avatar

Here you can set a profile picture for the account.

5. Custom Availability

This is the working hours of the staff.

6. Description Text When Offline (1)

On business days and before start times, this text is displayed as a countdown timer, for example, “I will be back in 2 hours : 10 mins.”

7. Description Text When Offline (2)

This text is displayed when it’s after working hours of business days and on days off, for example, “I will be back on Mon – Fri, 08:00 am – 07:30 pm.”

8. Shortcode Button Styling

9. All Accounts

Each account has its own shortcode that you can copy and paste anywhere on your site.

2. Floating Widget

1. Select Accounts

2. Design

3. Display Settings

You can customize attributes of the floating widget here, including title, subtitle, colors, and position. This is how it looks on the front end:

3. WooCommerce Button Settings

Here you can set accounts to display on WooCommerce product pages.

Below is how it’s displayed on the front end.

4. Analytics

You can enable Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel tracking here, from the Telegram plugin menu > Settings > Analytics

Done! Enjoy your Telegram in WordPress!

Reach out to our Support Team if you need any help.


How to use Growmatik to run cross-channel marketing automation for WooCommerce

The secret to effective marketing automation lies in the customer journey, not in individual channels. Simply put, a journey involves at least two touch points across various channels. The main drawbacks of single-channel solutions is that they only cover one touchpoint and tend not to be integrated with other solutions. This results in contradictory, ineffective personalizations, like receiving a remarketing ad for a product even after you’ve already bought it! To avoid this kind of slip-up, marketers must take a cross-channel approach to marketing automation that courts customers in a systematic effort across various touchpoints.

In this article, we’ll discuss how to develop complete cross-channel marketing automations for WooCommerce using Growmatik.

The case for cross-channel marketing automation

If you’re looking to improve your automations, consider the following changes: go from single-channel to multi-channel, from fragmented to harmonized and from one-time-only to consistent. These shifts in approach make all the difference for your customers. It helps them feel seen and catered to in a highly competitive market saturated with generic marketing materials. What does each of these changes achieve?


Working across multiple channels lets you collect information about your customer from a variety of sources, helping you to develop a greater understanding of their wants, needs and habits. This means being able to provide them with relevant content, like personalized marketing emails connected to their browsing history on your website.


Using a single, unified automation tool means being able to design and execute materials across channels as diverse as website, emails, SMS and more, so that customers are consistently marketed to at every step of their journey. Targeting a cart abandoner? A harmonized solution lets you send a follow-up email, craft a personalized homepage, provide exclusive discounts and more to convince them to carry out that purchase.


Your relationship with any customer will change over time, and your strategy has to develop as well. Advanced triggering criteria will help you support your customer every step of the way, whether your focus is acquisition or retention. Got a new visitor? Offer him a “subscribe” pop up with a freebie, then a welcome email, an exclusive discount and, a few days later, a follow-up email to keep him engaged.

Now let’s dive into the 3 key steps behind cross-channel marketing for WooCommerce!

1- Cross channel data collection

Marketing is all about being relevant, not simply grabbing attention. To make a sales pitch with true relevancy, our focus has to shift from the product to the customer. What are their needs, habits, problems and concerns, and how can we conduct marketing campaigns that address them directly?

But few customers directly communicate their needs to the brands the shop with. Instead, you’ve got to collect that information at every touchpoint of interaction between your brand and your customers. Every time a customer navigates to your landing page, browses through your blog or interacts with emails or pop ups, they tell you more about what kind of customer they are. Their shopping history, how they respond to emails and what kind of offers they respond to will inform you even better about their needs and habits.

To achieve true personalization, our job as marketers is to gather the clues our customers leave at every point of interaction, analyze them and use them to design truly relevant marketing campaigns.

Here’s a comprehensive list of the kind of information you should look for to power your marketing campaigns:


Referral details Website activity Email activity Shopping activity
– Referring location

– Referring source website or campaign

– Visiting time of the day
– Top weekday activity

– Device and browser used



– Landing exit pages

– First and last visit dates

– Total number of visits

– Total number of viewed pages

– Visited pages

– Average time spent per visit

– Total time spent on website

– Total number of campaigns sent

– Date of last opened and clicked emails

– Number of opened, unopened, clicked and unclicked campaigns

– Last opened and clicked on email

– Average days before converting (subscribing, first purchase)

– Purchase frequency

– Product category

– Top purchased item

– Abandoned cart

– Total number of orders, purchased items and order value

– Number of coupons used

– First and last order dates

We can gather this information from different channels. Unfortunately, using different marketing tools or plugins for each touchpoint will make it difficult to compile all of this disparate data and turn it into actionable conclusions. Instead, it’s best to opt for one cross-channel solution that will allow you to collect each piece of the puzzle and analyze the data as a whole. The most effective options will also have the capability to craft behavioral segments and personalized automations for each segment, as well as monitor how well the automations perform.

Growmatik is one of the best cross-channel softwares to help you collect and use information about your customers. Growmatik creates user profiles for each new visitor to your website and builds these profiles over time based on user behavior at touchpoints from emails to popups. From the People section, you’ll be able to work with 50+ behavioral filters to help you craft effective segments, no matter how simple or complex.

2- Craft the right customer segmentation

Once we’ve collected enough data, the next step is dividing our customer base into groups depending on their characteristics or behavior. You’ll want to focus on segmentation as it directly relates to customer value. Some strategies for segmentation include defining your ideal customer and deciding if order size or number of orders is more important. You can also choose to target a specific country or region and decide how often you want your customers to visit your site.

One key way that a lot of e-commerce businesses measure customer value is via RFM values (recency, frequency and monetary). Growmatik allows you to segment your customers based on RFM values via filters in the People section. This in turn makes it possible for you to craft custom campaigns, such as VIP exclusive offers, that will boost customer activity even more:

If certain customers do not meet your RFM expectations, you can target them using relative time selectors (like ‘not on’ and ‘more than’) and serve them a reactivation campaign to boost their engagement.

Two key—and often neglected—elements you can use when creating segments. The first involves leading/lagging segmentation and the second has to do with the quality of segments. Fortunately, cross-channel marketing automation covers both leading and lagging segmentation, allowing you to provide holistic support at any point in the customer journey. Let’s quickly define these two categories of segmentation:

●     Lagging segmentation involves any activity in the past. With lagging segmentation you analyze customer behavior over their lifetime by looking at metrics like shopping history, on-site activity, or options like last visit date, last purchase date & count, number of campaigns sent. You can then design and execute specific campaigns with these in mind.

●     Leading segmentation involves any present or future activity. With leading segmentation, you can customize user experience from the very first interaction, such as a new visitor navigating to your site. Key metrics in this form of segmentation include referring location & timezone, referring website source, referring device, first landing page and similar details.

Any marketing automation tool you choose should be able to cover both bases. Growmatik’s automation dashboard lets you create personalized automations for any step in the customer’s journey. One way to greet brand new visitors, for example, is to include their location in the hero section, or add a welcome message based on their local time zone.

3- Build raft cross-channel automations

For anyone practicing WooCommerce marketing automation at scale, this is one of the most difficult parts of the process—and perhaps the most important. Before you move on to this step, it is vital that you have researched your website funnels, created a comprehensive profile for your ideal customer, and defined your key customer segments. Once you have, you can craft customized campaigns to target each segment, depending on their status, need and preferences. Your best friend in this process will be a comprehensive cross-channel software capable of organizing, serving and monitoring a variety of automations from a single dashboard. A software like Growmatik!

Next, let’s dive into how to create cross-channel automations in Growmatik! No time to waste!

Automation Step 1- Set your segments

From Gowmatik’s People section, craft your segments by defining a variety of personal or behavioral attributes or by creating groups of attributes. You’ll have over 50 filters in six different categories to experiment with. The six categories include: personal details, referral details, site activity, email activity, shopping activity and custom attributes.

To get started, select a user type and add or modify your filters, using as many filters as you wish. Each filter comes with a custom set of options to further refine your segmentation.


Growmatik also offers a number of pre-made custom segments via the sidebar. These include common segmentation options such as new leads or VIP customers to help you save time. Be sure to check the filters and ensure they line up with your marketing strategy. Once you’ve started experimenting with the filtering options for your segments, you’ll be able to monitor the results via the user table, which will provide you with information such as user name, country, last visit and more.

Automation step 2- Target each segment with custom-made automations

Each segment’s specifications will help you decide which personalizations and channels to use to target them. Growmatik automations all use the familiar “IF … THEN” structure, and each comes with the following:

Defining Condition(s)

This defines the subject of your automation. Generally this involves a group of people with one or more of the attributes in Table 1.

Defining Action(s)

Once the set condition is met, an action is triggered. Potential actions include:

      • Showing a popup,
      • Personalizing a webpage
      • Sending an email

…and more!

To make more complicated automations, simply define a chain of conditions and actions. This could involve targeting users living in a specific country or searching for a specific product, or users who have opened a certain number of emails over their lifetime.

The simplest option is to assign any automation to a segment by selecting the Automate Section option on the People page in Growmatik. You can execute these automations at any touchpoint simply by selecting the relevant action(s), such as email, webpage, popups and more:

The capacity to create multi-step automations is a vital feature of any holistic cross-channel marketing automation platform.

Automation step 3 – Craft customized content for marketing campaigns

Targets are locked, guns are drawn…but where’s your ammo? The next step in the process is creating the content that makes up your personalized campaigns. But remember, it pays to be picky about this content! You’ll need custom-made materials rather than generic content to snag new customers.

Personalize visual content as needed

Each automation tool will offer different options for personalization. Growmatik comes complete with a special visual interface for web page personalization. This tool will help you edit your page content from the frontend, no coding necessary! This intuitive interface allows you to drag and drop new elements such as buttons, product and blog lists, text, image and video from the elements library.

Once you choose “page personalize” as your action, you’ll need to select a page to personalize. You’ll then be taken to the personalizer environment where you can make the changes you need.

Try dynamic keywords

With Growmatik, you can create custom emails, landing pages and personalized popups for WordPress. To achieve this, the software offers a variety of dynamic keywords to help you personalize your textual content across each channel. Here are the categories of keyword to choose from:

      • General info keywords such as date, daytime, weekday, month
      • Referral details keywords such as UTM parameters in the URL
      • Personal info keywords such as name, city, country
      • Behavioral info keywords such as user’s time spent on the website, number of viewed pages, number of clicked and opened emails
      • Shopping info keywords such as first and last purchase dates, number of purchases and orders, total order value

Add custom product or blog lists to your emails and web pages

Using your customer’s shopping or browsing history, you can add personalized product or blog lists to your marketing materials. In Growmatik, this could mean lists containing any of the following: related products, product categories, abandoned items, related upsells, related cross-sells, related discounted items.

With your user’s reading history, you can do the same by providing suggested blog posts or blog lists via web pages or emails.

Use your popups and emails to serve exclusive offers

The goal of personalized marketing materials is to make your user feel seen and appreciated. To trigger this positive bias, offer exclusive deals to your customers at key moments and touchpoints. For new subscribers, for example, you can send an exclusive coupon for their first purchase a few days after they’ve subscribed.

Growmatik is the perfect tool to craft functional coupons to embed in pop ups and emails. Define the coupon settings and the software will generate a functional code to be served to the user in the page frontend.

Wrapping Up…

In this article, we’ve covered all the bases of cross-channel marketing automation: the theory behind it, the advantages it presents over single-channel automation and how to use it to boost efficiency, customer engagement and overall growth. We also went over the 3 key steps in any effective automation strategy: collecting user data, crafting user segments and developing custom automations.

Although setting up basic marketing automations doesn’t need to eat up all of your time, it may be necessary to invest time and resources to get actionable observations about user behavior. Once you’ve built your automation foundation, however, each new iteration will be more and more streamlined and much faster. As you develop your system, you’ll come to understand what’s missing, what touchpoints are most important and how to leverage personalization to engage customers and convert leads. Most important of all, you should recognize that marketing automation is ultimately a long term strategy and requires continuity, patience and dedication to reach its full potential.


How to Set Up Google Site Kit in WordPress

Most likely, as a site owner, you have heard a lot about how convenient and effective Google tools are. But not everyone understands how they can be used if you have a site on the WP functionality.

Such a product as Google Site Kit has become a must-have for almost all site owners. It’s all about convenience, efficiency, and zero price. Just imagine, before users had to leave a request to test this product. After a while, it was necessary to download this plugin in zip format.

But today it is enough to go to the official WP website, find this plugin and install it. In this article, you will learn how to install the plugin, who is it suitable for and how to use it.

Google Site Kit Guide: Definition, Key Features, and Installation Process

Before we start looking at how to install this plugin, let’s take a look at its main features and the reasons to use this plugin. It’s worth starting with the fact that the plugin performs several tasks.

It is a combination of all known tools from Google plus tips for users to promote their site more successfully. Also, a significant advantage is the fact that the plugin allows you to receive not general statistics, but more specific stats for each page of your site.

The Key Product Benefits

  • The key feature of this plugin is that you get 4+ platforms in one tool. You get a common interface and you don’t need to open each tool separately. This greatly improves the usability of each tool.
  • It allows you to get general statistics without the need to close your site. For instance, you will immediately see Google Analytics results.
  • This product is a completely free and official solution for developers.
  • The plugin provides ease of data collection. Now, to get this data, there is no need to edit the code.
  • The product allows you to get information not only on the entire site but also on individual pages and even publications. This is a great feature for complex and multi-page sites.
  • The site owner gets the opportunity to open or deny access to metrics. This is a very useful function for those who work on a project collectively or use outsourcing services.

The Metrics Assortment

Let’s move on to talking in more detail about the functionality of this tool. This plugin combines the following tools:

  • Google Search Console. This tool is designed to get an analysis of how your site’s pages are displayed in search results. The tool allows you to find key queries, monitor traffic, track the number of users who received your site as a result of a search, and so on.
  • Google Analytics. This tool is designed to analyze the behavior of your users on the site and control metrics. That is, you can get information about how your site visitors interact with page elements, how effectively they interact with core sections, and so on.
  • Google PageSpeed Insights: This tool allows you to analyze your site and compare it to others. At the same time, the tool will provide you with various tips with which you can improve the performance of your site.
  • Google Adsense. This well-known tool allows you to get a detailed analysis of your traffic monetization.
  • Tag Manager. This additional tool allows you to create, update and track tags for sites. The main advantage is that no code editing is required.
  • This is an add-on tool that provides a simple A / B testing process that eliminates the need for code editing.

Agree, it may seem that there is no need for this plugin as you can continue to use the tools separately. But why do that when you get convenience and functionality in one product? Well, perhaps the main advantage is that the plugin is an official product of the developer, which is a kind of a “trusted” tool.

How to Install the Plugin?

This plugin is the connection between the WP and the Google tools world. To successfully install this plugin, you do not need much of your time. Here are the basic steps:

  1. Find the plugin file on the official website of the WP. Today the plugin has appeared on the platform, earlier it can be downloaded in zip format.
  2. Start downloading the plugin.
  3. After you complete the download, go to your site’s dashboard. Open the Plugins tab and click Add.
  4. You have to select the plugin download option.
  5. Click on the tab to start the installation.
  6. After completing the installation of the product, you need to click on the “Activate” button.
  7. As for downloading the plugin, that’s it. Now you need to go to the plugin settings and account sync. This will link the product to your Google account.
  8. Setup Process and Google Account Sync.
  9. After you have completed all the steps, you need to go to the settings of the plugin itself. There is a need to authorize your site with your Google account. After activating the plugin, you should have been prompted to configure the product.
  10. When you click on this button, you will be taken to the official site of the plugin.
  11. To start authorization, log in through Google.
  12. Next, you will be faced with the usual interface that appears during the verification procedure through a Google account.
  13. Do not forget to click on the “Allow” button.
  14. In order to authorize the WP site and the Plugin, you need to click on the “Proceed” button.

After you complete this basic setup process, you will receive a popup to return to your site.

But to get access to all the products that are included in the plugin’s functionality, you will not need to spend a lot of your time. At this point, you have activated access to the Google Search Console.

  1. To add additional tools you have to open “Settings” of the plugin.
  2. Select the “Connect More Services” option where additional tools will be displayed.
  3. Now you need to select the “Set up … X” button and configure the tool you need for your site.
  4. Please note that setting up some additional tools may require another authorization process. But all subsequent actions will be matched with the above instructions.

At this stage, the work on configuring the product is over. You can start getting to know the tool.

The Key Features You Need to Know

It’s time to talk about the main functions of this product since after installing all the settings, you have nothing left to do but figure out what each tool is for and how to use it to get benefits for your site. In practice, it is as simple as typing “write my research paper” and getting help with academic assignments.


On the dashboard, you will see general data from Google Analytics and Search Console. The dashboard allows the user to quickly evaluate the work of the site. You may need to customize settings to see such things like Goals Completed.

Detailed Page Stat

Inside the dashboard, you can get to the popularity section, which is ranked for keywords based on clicks and impressions. If you scroll down further, you get statistics for individual pages, not total. Also, you can enter the page URL and get advanced statistics. There all the popular elements based on which this particular page is ranked will be displayed.

Search Console

Also, you will find a separate section where you can see an overview for a time interval from 7 days to 98. All you need to do is scroll down and get a picture of how SEO works.

Google Analytics

You are most likely familiar with this tool outside of this plugin. To find this tool just scroll down the page. There you will get information about users, session lengths, bounces, and so on. Also, you can select the desired period to get the main indicators.

Pagespeed Insights

Scroll down your main panel and then you will get information regarding page speed. So, there is no need to search the other plugins to determine the speed of your page loading. By the way, unlike many plugins that perform this function, the Google plugin will not affect the performance of the site and slow down the loading speed.

P.S. You can check the loading speed of each page simply by opening it in your site panel.

Adsense and Google Optimize

When you add these additional tools, they will also appear on your site in the same way. Accordingly, you will have direct access to monetization or testing results.

Google Tag Manager

This tool allows you to set pixels and JavaScript tags. If you haven’t configured this tool yet, be sure to do so. Use the settings guide for the additional tools above to start managing your tags.

Who Needs This Plugin?

We can safely say that every website owner who wants to employ advanced functionality for the website boost needs this plugin. The product is free and most likely you have come across these Google tools separately. Now, you have the opportunity to get all of these tools in your WP control panel.

By the way, the plugin does not affect the performance of your plugin, which is a significant advantage. If you still have not decided whether you need this product or not, then there are three reasons why you should get started with this tool:

Ease of use

Why complicate what can be facilitated? And we are talking specifically about why use the tools separately if you can get them right on your site. Especially if you consider that the product is available for free, then why not spend a little of your time and get all the tools you need right at your fingertips.

Open Custom Access to Metrics

In the era of data-driven marketing, access to custom metrics and instant reporting is one of the main competitive advantages. When several specialists work on your website promotion or you want to stay updated on the success of your marketing strategies, using Google Site Kit becomes essential since it generates structured data with the help of the unified solution.

This type of work is much more convenient for both site owners and specialists since there is no need to constantly request access to analytics, reports, and so on. All the site owner needs to do is create the required type of access for the user.

Replace Digital Marketing Service for Free

Unless you are using third-party agencies or digital marketing services, there is no need to do so with this plugin. As you already understood, the plugin provides you with fresh stats and analytics for your site in one place. That is, on your site.

Yes, these metrics are basic but useful for all website owners and webmasters. For instance, you can receive information such as:

  • Traffic: You will get the insights info not on the general traffic, but also the classification. That is, you will be able to see organic, direct, referral, or paid traffic.
  • Popularity: Popularity refers to top searches, page rank, clicks, and impressions.
  • Search Funnel: If you configure this feature in Google Analytics, you can view clicks, unique visitors, and target achievement.

We are sure that after a couple of days of using the product, you will be able to emphasize your reasons why you should use this product.

Wrapping Up

In conclusion, it is vital to once again focus on the fact that this product is necessary for all site owners who want to be able to quickly view stats and optimize pages. There are certainly other similar plugins out there, but note that they rarely integrate with other Google tools.

This product eliminates this problem and saves you time opening all the tools. Also, do not forget that the product becomes a real solution when several specialists are engaged in the site promotion since they also get the opportunity to view all the metrics if necessary.

What is more, downloading and configuring the product is easy. If you have experience with plugin customization, then you will not have any problems in this matter. Although we can say that if beginners use the above instructions, they will not encounter difficulties either. Do not waste time and embody everything discussed in reality and get a clear picture of what is happening on your site.