Here at UpStream, we develop the leading project management plugin for WordPress. Many UpStream users want to upload files for their projects. They often wonder WordPress files types are allowed.
Imagine you’re building a large Lego model.
How do you get started? Would you find the first brick and then start adding bricks one after the other until the end?
Are you wondering whether or not to use the Upstream plugin for your WordPress Project Management site?
Here are some reviews collected from around the web.
One of the most common requests we’ve had from UpStream users is this:
I have lots of projects and tasks. Is there a way to categorize them?
Starting today, the answer is “Yes”. You can now use Tags and Categories to organize your Projects, Milestones, Tasks, Bugs and Files.
Several UpStream users are using our comments feature and wondered if they could reply by email to comments about projects.
We integrated UpStream with the default WordPress comments system. This default system has many advantages but unfortunately reply-by-email is not one of them.
The /uploads/ directory is WordPress stores files that you upload. This directory is almost always located at /wp-content/uploads/.
This means that anyone who wants to see all your complete media library can view it instantly going to example.com/wp-content/uploads/.
Have you ever wanted to re-arrange or remove items in your WordPress admin menu? This is a very common wish. Lots of people want to rearrange the admin menu links so they reflect their business needs.
This week one of customers came to us with exactly this request.
If you’re in charge of a WordPress-based project, you want to make sure you’re using the very best plugins.
One way to check the quality of a plugin is to run code tests. The WordPress community is doing a lot of work to improve their automated code tests.
As WordPress agencies grow larger and there is more and more demand for talented WordPress project managers.
Agencies make their money by completing projects, and the Project Manager is the person who makes sure that the agency completes projects.