WordPress Editable Posts Table for the Frontend


Allow users to submit posts and edit their posts on the frontend.
This plugin is very easy to setup , in this video we setup the plugin and start using the
frontend editor in less than 2 minutes 🙂

This plugin is perfect for you if…

  • You want to allow your site readers to contribute and edit their own posts (Guest Posts)
  • You want a simple way to edit your Posts and Pages for your clients.
  • You have a business directory and want to allow your users to edit their listings
  • You publish events and want to allow your users to submit their events

How does it work?

  • Create a new “full width” page
  • Add a shortcode to the page
  • Done . It´s that easy.

Premium features

  • Edit ALL POST TYPES in the Frontend: Events, Pages, Products, Business Listings, etc.
  • Edit all custom fields and add unlimited columns to the editor
  • Hide post fields on the frontend editor
  • Edit custom post types on the frontend
  • Edit WooCommerce products on the frontend.
  • Edit WooCommerce Variations, Attributes, Prices, Stock, and All the Fields.
  • Edit YOAST SEO fields
  • Edit Custom Fields on the frontend
  • Update hundreds of posts at once using Formulas
  • And more.

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  • Spreadsheet where you can edit title, content, status, excerpt, featured image, publish date, comment status, page parent, post categories, and post tags.
  • Users with “contributor” role can view and edit only their own posts, but they can´t upload images.
  • Users with “author” role can view and edit only their own posts, they can upload images.
  • Users with “editor” or “administrator” role and view and edit everything.
  • You can navigate in the spreadsheet with your keyboard
  • You can order the spreadsheet by any column.
  • You can edit hundreds of posts without reloading the page
  • It works on shared hosting (you can adjust the server consumption on the options page)
  • Developers can add custom columns to the spreadsheet using actions and filters.

Spanish / Español

Este plugin te permite editar entradas o artículos en el sitio público usando una hoja de cálculo.
Tus usuarios pueden usar el editor para enviar artículos como invitados, editar varios a la vez, y más.

La versión gratuita te permite:
– Que los usuarios vean el editor en el área pública del sitio
– Crear y editar artículos o entradas
– Si el usuario tiene rol de autor, solo verán y editarán las entradas creadas por ellos mismos
– Puedes buscar artículos por palabra clave, fecha, o autor
– Puedes copiar información de un artículo a otro
– Funciona con el nuevo editor de WordPress (Gutenberg) – Tus usuarios pueden crear artículos usando Gutenberg en el frontend.

La versión de pago te permite:
– Que los usuarios editen otros tipos de posts, como eventos, portafolios, menús de restaurante, productos de WooCommerce, cupones, etc.
– Exportar e importar posts desde el área del front para editar en excel o Google Sheets
– Editar todos los campos, el editor mostrará todos los campos del tipo de post. Ej. si son productos = todos los precios, inventario, galerías, etc.
– Hacer búsquedas avanzadas por cualquier combinación de campos (ej. buscar por precio, organizadores, información seo, etc.)
– Editar miles de artículos a la vez en un segundo (ej. eliminar cientos de artículos, reemplazar textos, establecer precios en lotes, actualizar fotos, etc.)

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Garantía de devolución de dinero si no te funciona el plugin.


  • spreadsheet editor
  • settings page


Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.

In the search field type WP Sheet Editor and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found our plugin you can install it by simply clicking “Install Now”.

Manual installation

The manual installation method involves downloading our plugin and uploading it to your webserver via your favourite FTP application. The WordPress codex contains instructions on how to do this here.


What kind of posts can I edit using the spreadsheet?

Only posts and pages.

What post information can I edit using the spreadsheet?

You can edit all the information of your posts and pages, including post title, post content, post status, post excerpt, featured image, publish date, comment status, page parent, post categories, and post tags.

Can I edit WooCommerce products using the spreadsheet?

You need a premium extension for this.

Can I edit easy digital downloads products using the spreadsheet?

You need a premium extension for this.

Can I use this plugin on cheap / shared servers?

Yes. You can set up the number of posts to save per batch and the waiting between batches. Tweaking those settings you can make it work with any server.


June 29, 2018 1 reply
I fell for it again, Freemium sucker punched when I need a fast solution, not an annual marriage or $100 investment for a simple task that I won’t need again. ( $100 is probably a good deal if you use this often) but, it’s a gut punch for me this time. – Since I’m here, maybe this small amount info is useful to someone, free Post and Pages only on non-pro version, NO custom post types which almost every modern theme uses…soooo, now you know, use it wisely. Requires Redux. (custom post types are still just post types, sheesh) – I would suggest a full product trial period to hook the buyer. A partial product demo was useless, so now I don’t know if I like it or need it because I didn’t make it that far..I quit after install, who knows, I may have liked it and kept it but didn’t get that chance. – Good product pitch though, kuddos
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Contributors & Developers

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V 2.4.37 – 2024-03-28

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.13

V 2.4.36 – 2024-03-28

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.12

V 2.4.35 – 2024-03-27

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.11

V 2.4.34 – 2024-03-22

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.10

V 2.4.33 – 2024-01-26

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.9

V 2.4.32 – 2023-12-13

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.8

V 2.4.31 – 2023-11-02

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.7

V 2.4.30 – 2023-09-13

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.6

V 2.4.29 – 2023-07-23

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.5

V 2.4.28 – 2023-07-13

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Improve the handling of scroll bars

V 2.4.27 – 2023-07-06

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – General improvements

V 2.4.26 – 2023-04-13

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.2

V 2.4.25 – 2023-02-03

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.1

V 2.4.24 – 2022-12-15

  • Updated to CORE v2.25.0

V 2.4.23 – 2022-11-11

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.21

V 2.4.22 – 2022-09-29

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.20

V 2.4.21 – 2022-08-19

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.19

V 2.4.20 – 2022-07-31

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – General improvements

V 2.4.19 – 2022-06-23

  • FIX – FRONTEND – Welcome page redirect

V 2.4.18 – 2022-05-25

  • FIX – FRONTEND – Improve the alignment of cells and rows

V 2.4.17 – 2022-04-19

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.15

V 2.4.16 – 2022-04-06

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.14

V 2.4.15 – 2022-03-02

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.13

V 2.4.14 – 2022-01-26

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.12

V 2.4.13 – 2021-12-08

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Small changes

V 2.4.12 – 2021-10-20

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.10

V 2.4.11 – 2021-09-10

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Small improvements

V 2.4.10 – 2021-08-18

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.8

V 2.4.9 – 2021-07-14

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.7

V 2.4.8 – 2021-06-19

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.6

V 2.4.7 – 2021-06-03

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.5

V 2.4.6 – 2021-05-19

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Improve the UI

V 2.4.5 – 2021-04-21

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.3

V 2.4.4 – 2021-03-12

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.2

V 2.4.3 – 2021-02-24

  • Updated to CORE v2.24.1

V 2.4.2 – 2021-02-10

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Prevent error where some columns disappeared

V 2.4.1 – 2020-12-19

  • FIX – FRONTEND – Wrong toolbar size

V 2.4.0 – 2020-11-21

  • NEW – FRONTEND – Improve the display of rows

V 2.3.3 – 2020-10-22

  • Updated to CORE v2.21.3

V 2.3.2 – 2020-10-11

  • Updated to CORE v2.21.2

V 2.3.1 – 2020-10-07

  • Updated to CORE v2.21.1

V 2.3.0 – 2020-10-07

  • NEW – FRONTEND – Prevent css conflicts
  • FIX – FRONTEND – Some sheets are not allowed when they should

V 2.2.13 – 2020-09-08

  • Updated to CORE v2.20.3

V 2.2.12 – 2020-07-22

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Improve the handling of the import
  • FIX – FRONTEND – Sometimes the bulk edit dropdown shows wrong columns
  • FIX – FRONTEND – It’s showing toolbars incorrectly
  • FIX – FRONTEND – The column formatting is not saved

V 2.2.11 – 2020-06-26

  • Updated to CORE v2.20.1

V 2.2.10 – 2020-05-20

  • Updated to CORE v2.20.0

V 2.2.9 – 2020-04-20

  • FIX – FRONTEND – Can’t enable some tools in the primary toolbar
  • FIX – FRONTEND SHEET – Settings appear duplicated in the backend

V 2.2.8 – 2020-03-17

  • Updated to CORE v2.18.1

V 2.2.7 – 2020-03-16

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Improve the sizing of the table
  • FIX – FRONTEND – The infinite scroll is not working
  • FIX – FRONTEND – Wrong cell alignment on firefox when not using the built-in template

V 2.2.6 – 2020-02-19

  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Free – Include the modules: columns visibility, column renaming, and option to manage tools
  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Only show columns that were explicitly enabled in the metabox
  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – Metabox – Display links to view and edit the page containing the shortcode
  • CHANGE – FRONTEND – show a shortcode instead of auto generating a page
  • FIX – FRONTEND – When using a backend spreadsheet and frontend spreadsheet, the save process uses the column settings from the backend spreadsheet, so if the backend spreadsheet has disabled a column the frontend changes are not saved
  • FIX – FRONTEND – When the premium plugin is activated and another premium plugin that is not the posts spreadsheet, all the post types are disabled
  • FIX – FRONTEND – COLUMNS VISIBILITY – The delete column button is not working
  • FIX – FRONTEND – When we add the shortcode to a page with multiple lines of content, the regex doesn’t find the ID which makes it use the wrong post type in the sheet
  • FIX – FRONTEND – when we scroll down, the column names are fixed in the wrong position
  • FIX – FRONTEND – COLUMNS VISIBILITY – The restore deleted options button is not working

V 2.2.5 – 2020-01-13

  • FIX – FRONTEND – it saves the post type but the metabox appears as no post type is selected always

V 2.2.4 – 2019-11-24

  • Updated to CORE v2.15.4

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