Easy WordPress Importing
Putting data into WordPress manually can take up heaps of time. Back in my days as a Content Manager, I knew this only too well. I would spend hours at a time copying and pasting over product listings, uploading images and filling in meta data. It was a real headache and one of the reasons why I stopped that line of work ultimately. Sure I could have written my own PHP script to import the files over, however I don’t mind saying that I’m pretty rubbish at anything to do with code that goes beyond the average CSS. Plus making something like that is complex. It takes lots of knowledge and time – something I didn’t really have then.
What I needed was a tool that could take the complexity of the situation and simplify it. Today I’m going to share with you a WordPress plugin that achieves this with ease. I’m just disappointed it wasn’t around when I needed it most!
WP All Import is a plugin created by Soflyy, a team dedicated to creating great products that are simple, elegant, and which solve many common problems users face in their day-to-day use of WordPress.
Soflyy are focused on picking just a few things to work on but carrying out those tasks to the best of their ability. In their opinion too many organizations try their hands at too many things, and as a result do a poor job at all of them. Soflyy want to be different. They want to be the exact opposite of that.
As someone who has experienced the agony of manually importing content into WordPress, I can clearly see the benefits of a plugin such as this one. Getting up and running is simple, with very little tweaking needed. There’s no coding to learn and no fussy settings to configure before you start importing your data.
While I haven’t needed to contact support, the documentation on offer is of good quality and the instructions easy to follow for a user with average WordPress ability. The video guides are particularly helpful, providing a detailed guide for different areas of functionality within the plugin itself.
The price is a little on the high side for someone who’ll use the plugin on an occasional basis. If it’s going to be something you’ll use regularly however, there are plenty of discounts to be had by combining add-on with the standard plugin.
Ultimately I found WP All Import a good, all-round plugin that does exactly what it says it will. As an organization with doing only a few things really well as it’s core focus, Soflyy have more than lived up to that lofty expectation with this plugin.
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