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    Peter Firth

    Wondering whether anyone is using this plugin, and what the key differences are to the standard Pro dashboard, if any?

    WooCommerce Frontend Manager Ultimate

    Looks fairly slick but I think everything is already covered by WCVPro Dashboard? Maybe this is intended more as a Free addition? $49 for a single site license.

    I like the look of the Quick Screen editor as per picture – am I right in thinking that Pro doesn’t include this function?



    No- I am sorry I have no used this.
    Pro does not have a quick edit quite like that, no. That does look nice. 🙂
    We do include links for the vendors — when they are viewing their product (product page) they can click edit, and they are directed to that product’s edit form.

    Peter Firth

    It appears that this plugin is undergoing something of a transformation. The features they list as being available in the FREE version are now suddenly only available in Pro, at a cost of $199 (promo discount of 50% so $99). It was nifty to add the dashboard to the buddypress profile but without the ability to add products (a PRO feature now), fairly useless.

    Even if I was willing to pay the $99 I wouldn’t until it’s been tested and proven some more as everything seems to be in a bit of a mess.

    So learning for others looking at this, don’t be fooled by the ‘FREE’ option. It’s a $99-$199 plugin that only adds a little ‘slickness’ to the process.


    Ok- I see. Thank you for letting us know. 😉

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