Simple Feature Requests is powered by shortcodes. Let's take a look at them and their parameters.
This shortcode is used to output the requests archive and single request templates. It should be placed on the page you set as your "Archive".
Display the sidebar as part of the main shortcode output.
True to enable feature request submission form. False to disable feature request submission form.
This will display the simple feature requests archive and single pages without the sidebar included.
If you use the main shortcode without a sidebar, you can use this shortcode to place the full sidebar wherever you like.
If you don't want to output the full sidebar, you can use the widget shortcode to display specific elements of the sidebar.
Display the login, top requests, or taxonomy widgets.
The taxonomy slug, e.g.
[simple-feature-requests-widget type="taxonomy" taxonomy="request_category"]
This will display the category widget.
This will display the top requests widget.
This shortcode displays a card-themed roadmap of your feature requests. Perfect for letting your customers get a birds-eye view of where your product is heading.
Comma-separated list of requests statuses.
Choose which statuses to feature in your roadmap.
How many requests to show for each status.
How many columns to use.
Comma-separated list of term slugs.
Restrict requests to specific taxonomy terms.
[simple-feature-requests-roadmap limit="3" status="under-review,planned,started" cols="3"]
Display 3 columns for requests which are under review, planned, or started.
Limit requests on the roadmap to those in request categories 1 and 2.
Limit requests on the roadmap to those tagged with the terms
term-2 in a taxonomy called
term_[taxonomy_name] parameter accepts a list of comma-separated term slugs.