What is it?
Happyfiles is a WordPress plugin that allows you to neatly organize your website’s media library into categories.
How does it work?
If you have ever managed folders on your computer, Happyfiles should hold no secrets from you, it brings many of the functions from your file browser to WordPress.
Creating category folders is done with a single click, the plugin will prompt you to name it and press enter. That’s it!
If you want to move files between categories, all it takes is dragging and dropping them where you want them, either individually or in bulk.
“But what if I have many collaborators on my site, and they keep messing around with the files?” I hear you ask.
For that, Happyfiles has a feature that allows you to make categories restricted and give editing rights to authorized personnel only, no more will you have to wonder if that cool picture you were saving for an article got deleted.
The software was also built to work with most other plugins and WordPress tools and has full integration with most page builders.
Once you acquire Happyfiles, there is no limit for how many sites you can use it on, there is also no limit for the number of categories you can create.
Who is this for?
When you have a team of people making posts which demand all sort of adjacent media to get the audience’s attention, your file library can get really messy, really fast.
And, since it’s no secret that order breeds efficiency, keeping your resources organized into packages is not only a valid concern, it is a necessity.
Happyfiles offers you just that, a user-friendly interface where media files are organized and displayed in a neat, organized manner, and it does so while charging the minimal price.
Therefore, if you are the type of site owner that likes having everything in its place and gets a headache when seeing GIFs, videos and pictures unceremoniously dumped together, Happyfiles might as well be your best friend.