Ever look through your list of plugins and forget just exactly what one of them does? I know they have descriptions next to them, but that doesn‚Äôt always speak to exactly what you are using it for and why. This plugin would just put a text field in each plugin field you could type some notes in there, theoretically to keep information about why and how you are using this plugin.
And since I was bored (and thought this was a pretty useful idea), I delivered. Plugin Notes is exactly what it sounds like.
When a note is added, it shows up inside a little blue box and includes the name of the user that added the note as well as the date and time when the note was added. You also get handy dandy options to “Edit” or “Delete” notes.
Each plugin can only have one note. I can imagine there would be cases where multiple notes may come in handy, but those would be rare so I’m passing on that functionality.
The plugin is pretty simplistic, and unlikely to see any future feature additions (unless someone really, really wants one). I’ll keep a watch for compatibility with future versions of WordPress though, so rest easy.
Excited, enough? Grab Plugin Notes (from the WordPress Plugin Directory) or download it from within WordPress.