Keep track of who is writing what and when with My Quota.
Take control of your workflow process for writing and publishing articles in a timely fashion with My Quota. Save time and money by keeping an automated record of who is posting what and when with the My Quota plugin.
Automate Your Quota Keeping
Stop spending time and resources keeping a log of who is writing what and when when you can automate that process and be informed when action is needed/required. cpCreate Quota Policies for tracking and recording your user’s publishing record to keep your blog publishing in a timely fashion.
Roster View – See your quota groups users and their quotas. Get notifications for missed due dates and send reminders to those about to miss due date.
Multiple Quotas – Create and manage multiple quotas for your writers. Have multiple editors keep track of who is posting what and when.
Quota Records – View current and past quotas, track who has been meeting their quota and who needs a reminder.
Notifications – Send notifications for reminders of quotas due soon and get reports on who missed their quota.
Add-ons – Works with other major plugins to add additional conditions for quotas as well as group management.
3rd Party Support
* Works with Edit Flow for already established user groups.
* Works with Publish Press for user groups (new or imported from Edit Flow).
* Works with Yoast SEO for additional quota requirements.
* Works with Co-Author Plus for multiple authors per post.
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To install visit the Plugins section on your site and search for “My Quota”, install and activate. You can also download the .zip file from this plugin page and upload to your site to install and activate.
After installation and activation, visit the My Quota Settings page to setup your settings and begin creating your quota groups. Visit the Dropstr website for the My Quota plugin for full installation and guidelines for using the My Quota plugin.
Do I need to have additional plugins like Edit Flow for My Quota to work?
No, everything you need to track users is already with the plugin.
Some of my users require different published posts, can I have multiple quota groups?
Yes, there is no limit to the types of post types, post statuses, and the amount of users for quota groups. You can even have multiple users belong to multiple but separate quota requirements.
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Update – Changed location for Groups and Settings to under the plugin for improved navigation.
Update – Minor changes to plugin screenshots, images.
Feature – Email verification for sending emails to your users.
Feature – Icon update to reflect the main logo plugin icon.
Fix – Notifications setting bug for Quota groups fixed.
Fix – Notifications log empty error.
Fix – Minor update fixing the add-ons tab and updating to the latest supported plugins.
Feature – Notifications log added. Check which notifications were sent, to who, and when.
Fix – With certain add-ons enabled, quota’s were incorrectly checking off as being met for recorded quotas.
Feature – Updated Dropstr API service.
Feature – Added dashboard in Settings page.
Fix – Notification bug with user disabled notifications.
Fix – Report notifications with more than one post type.
Fix – Minor issue with drop down for timeline minutes in quota groups.
Fix – Last Report not showing post titles with add-ons enabled.
Fix – Record index could lose time stamp when multiple records reporting at the same time.
Add-on – Works with PublishPress for groups.
Feature – Add-on plugin version check to make sure plugins are compatible when updated to match add-ons.
Fix – Update dealing with the Quota Groups page displaying the Quota toolbar.
Fix – Add-ons checker not checking if plugin was removed with add-on enabled.
Feature – Notifications window. Get updates about plugin changes in the Settings page.
Add-on – Yoast SEO integration.
Fix – Error with counting posts if quota had both required and or requirements.
Fix – Bug with missing screenshot in plugin update.
Feature – Add-ons. Check out the add-ons in the Settings page.
Fix – Debug error when Archive view with missing quotas.
Feature – Linking OR quotas in the roster view to show or operators (dashed box).
Fix – Archive Record paging not showing for records more than 25. (default 25 per page)
Fix – WordPress footer not located at bottom of page causing issues with buttons on pages.
Fix – Multiple quota archive issue with both or with required quotas.
Fix – Deleting certain required quotas would cause extra blank quotas being submitted in group editor.
Feature – Show last quota in the roster page.
Feature – Notification opt out for users.
Feature – Trial period for SaaS.
Fix – Wrong error message displayed when no quota groups were found.
Fix – Declaration issue with cron job for notifications.
Fix – Wrong items amount displayed when viewing records in archive section.
Fix – Display error when in roster page showing quotas with both required and optional posts, only optional showed.
Feature – Added post titles for (future) quotas.
Feature – Dropstr API Service Added.
Fix – Notifications cron check.
Update – Due to bug fix, relaunch of version 0.1.2 in 0.1.3.
Feature – Notifications, receive emails for reminders about upcoming quotas due and email editors about missed quotas.
Feature – Editor Groups, you can now set users who can see only those they oversee. Send email reports to only those selected editors of the group.
Feature – Quota Roster view for all authors. Authors can now see their own quota review. Must have at least edit_post capability.