A WordPress plugin for leaving admin-facing comments that are only visible to administrators and other users with admin-area access on to post private …
Internal Comments is a plugin that lets you post admin-facing comments that are only visible to users with admin-area access on any registered post type.
After selecting the post types that support internal comments in the plugin’s settings, a new metabox will appear on the edit screen of posts belonging to those post types. Users with appropriate permissions will now be able to post new internal comments.
Here is a short overview of the features offered by this plugin:
Some of the features mentioned above are only bundled with the premium version of our plugin available here. It is perfectly possible, however, to use the free version and extend it via filters and actions with your own version of the same premium features.
Premium customers are also entitled to prioritized help and support through our support forum.
There are no prerequisites other than the minimum WordPress version.
Internal Comments and click the
Install Now button.
Activate the plugin from within your
internal-comments folder to the
Activate the plugin through the
Plugins menu in WordPress.
If the minimum WordPress and PHP requirements are met, you will find a menu submenu “Internal Comments” under the “Settings” admin menu. There you will be able to:
Internal comments do not show up on the front-end nor are they included in the post’s comment count. If your theme somehow bypasses our filters and displays them, please reach out to us so we can try to offer compatibility with your theme.
Internal comments are meant strictly for internal use but you should still avoid storing sensitive information. The data is not encrypted in the database and we can’t promise that it won’t leak. Think of these comments more as a digital version of post-its.
Yes! You can use internal comments on WooCommerce orders, products, and even coupons.
Likely yes. Internal Comments works with all registered post types that use the WordPress UI. If you don’t find your post type in the plugin’s settings, please raise a support question.
If you’re using the free version, you can find more examples in our knowledge base and you can open a community support ticket here at wordpress.org. Our staff regularly goes through the community forum to try and help.
If you’ve purchased the premium version of the plugin on our website, you are entitled to a year of premium updates and access to our prioritized support forum. You can use that to contact our support team directly if you have any questions.
Scripts and styles are only enqueued on relevant admin pages.
Fixed language domain inside dependencies folder.