Add a Bug Tracking Library to a WordPress Page With a Shortcode

Add a Bug Tracking Library to a WordPress Page With a Shortcode

Do you need a simple bug tracking system without all the hassle of setting up a forum on your WordPress site? The Bug Library plugin is the easiest way to do it.

All you have to do is create a page for your bug library and then add the shortcode you’re provided with.

The plugin will then display a bug list and allow visitors to submit new bugs and/or enhancements:

The Bug Library plugin also provides search and sorting capabilities.

A captcha and approval mechanism will keep the site admin from getting spam bugs:

Rather than cluttering up your email, you’ll have an organized, central place for users to submit bugs.

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