Introduction to Organize Series Usage Tips

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My name is Darren Ethier. I’m the father of four children and husband of the most beautiful woman in the world. My passion is developing useful and pretty code. I also love anything to do with leadership and the wise use of words. Currently I'm employed as a Code Wrangler with Automattic. Previous to my employment with Automattic, I had my own business, Rough Smooth Engine and my main client was Event Espresso and Event Smart.  I also am the author/founder of the popular series plugin for WordPress, Organize Series.  You may also see me hanging around working on the WordPress Gutenberg Project (currently on the core team there).

6 thoughts on “Introduction to Organize Series Usage Tips”

  1. I am just starting out with blogging. I have wondering how people split posts into a series. I know I have read a lot of articles that have the part 1,2,3,etc thing., usually like a magazine article over several months. Anyway, I will try this plugin after church and see if it will do what I want.

    Anyway, thanks for the ideas.

  2. Thank you for creating a marvelous plug-in. I think it's great!

    However (you saw that coming), is there a way to easily reorder posts within a series (like the pagemash plugin, except reorders posts within a series, rather than pages in menus)?

    Sounds crazy, I know. It would be nice for people like me, who are drafting screenplays, and may add, edit, insert, or delete posts (scenes) in a series. Any ideas?

    1. You mean other than by the series part number (attached to each post in the series)? I think that's what you mean, and that's already built-in. Just change the series part number for the post you want to reorder. All the other posts will automatically realign themselves to the new order.

  3. Thank you for creating a marvelous plug-in. I think it's great!

    However (you saw that coming), is there a way to easily reorder posts within a series (like the pagemash plugin, except reorders posts within a series, rather than pages in menus)?

    Sounds crazy, I know. It would be nice for people like me, who are drafting screenplays, and may add, edit, insert, or delete posts (scenes) in a series. Any ideas?

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