Does anyone know an easy way to add custom fields to the quick edit screen? I found this detailed tutorial:
But it seems extensive, and thought I would see if anyone had a plugin or hook to modify an array, maybe adding something like
'quickedit' = 'true' to a php/json array would work?
Found this while I was looking for an answer to another, newer topic and thought I would add the information here. The other topic is located at http://support.advancedcustomfields.com/forums/topic/quick-field-woocommerce/
There is a plugin, but it may not last, that says it does this. The developers comments are
I am not quite sure if I will continue developing it. If you encounter an issue or wish for a certain feature, please do not ask me to fix it for you. I will not, but I would really appreciate when you fix it youself and send me a pull request.
I can’t say if this will do what you want or not.
There is a tutorial here on expanding the quick edit menu http://shibashake.com/wordpress-theme/expand-the-wordpress-quick-edit-menu
I too would like an easier way of doing this…ideally within the custom field setup. Just like we tell it where the entry would go in the page/post/custom post type edit screens…there would be an option for also adding it to the quick edit.
Hell, while we’re at it, it would be great if there was an option to add the field value as an admin column. Pretty easy to do with a hook on the functions.php file, but still.
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