This is especially useful if you want to get a quick overview of the state and size of your site.
It hasn’t been updated in four years, so you may come across some incompatibility issues. However, we’re running the latest version of WordPress and the Genesis Framework by StudioPress* and it’s working well.
If you are anything like me you will have a number of posts in draft mode at any time. All at different stages of completeness. Sometimes I save a draft post without adding any content at all.
I use the title as the idea and work on creating content later. Before installing the plugin I would have to open each post to see what stage I was at. After installing the Post Admin Word Count plugin I am able to see which posts are almost complete and which are still at the idea or early development stage, and no longer have to waste time going into each and every post to see how much content they contain.
This is a real time-saver.
Post Admin Word Count is a simple plugin that performs a simple task, while adding significant value to any WordPress site. If you think you would find the plugin useful you can download it here.
What do you think? Is this a plugin you would use or are already using?