The default WordPress dashboard is pretty bland with only a few widgets that aren’t super helpful. Thankfully with all the free plugins out there, you can liven up your dashboard in a jiffy.
These are some of my personal favorites that I run on many of my WordPress websites. You probably won’t want all of them but if you do wanna jazz up your admin dashboard then check out this list and see which plugins stand out.
Having this plugin in your WP CMS enable to start parsing your posts, bookmarks, etc. and looking for links, It takes some minutes to several hours to complete the task, depent on this site’s size
Once parsing is completed, Broken link checker starts checking each link abd verify whether it works or not.
Redirection is another remarkable WordPress plugin that used for managing 301 redirections, and keep track of 404 errors.
This plugin is useful when you are migrating pages from old websites or going to change the directory of your WordPress installation.
An indispensable WordPress plugin, WP admin bar shows links to the administration panel at the top of the blog’s page – for those users, who are logged in and gave permission to see the given functions.
Optimize your WordPress blog for search engines by installing keyword statistics. It automatically generates meta information such as keyword, description, etc. that required for SEO of your blog.
Simple tags is one of the best tools for managing your WP tags in the most convenoent ways. This plugin is better known for best performance, secured and provides more functions.
Add plugins manager in your WordPress and view, download and install any plugins from WordPress.org through an AJAX’ed interface rather than downloading, extracting and uploading each plugin manually.