Before that, there were plugins to do it, but now that it’s in the core, it’s way easier to add a new bulk action, potentially you only need three functions!
Let’s see an example together about how to add a Move to Drafts bulk action, I know that is already possible if you bulk edit posts, but it involves many clicks, while with a bulk action is only a couple clicks!
When I say scheduled events, I don’t mean the awesome party that you may want to sell on your site, no. The scheduled events I’m talking about are actually events that occur in WordPress.
An example would be a scheduled sale on WooCommerce, or a scheduled post in your blog that you want to publish in the future.
You can create such events also by yourself, for your theme or your plugin. Like I said before, WooCommerce uses scheduled events for sales, that’s a custom one. I used them to sync two different blogs with a plugin.
If you want to learn how to use scheduled events in WordPress, keep reading!
I’m sure that at least once you had to search something in the code, even if you are not a developer. Maybe a support technician told you that you can customize your site using WordPress actions, or you simply need to know the name of a function.
Well, searching into the code is not as easy as it seems, but I’ll try to explain here how I do it so that you can do it easily and quickly.
Coding knowledge are not required, but it would be very helpful if you can understand what you read.