Copying attachments of a post and notifications to blog admins

Hi guys,

its been a while and i was wondering how is the progress on allowing the plugin to copy the attached documents other than images. Even custom_fields would be awesome.

And another thing, is there a possibility to copy content but set it as draft instead of directly publishing it?

Can we also send a notification to admin of the blog that content was copied to their site?


  • Alexander
    • DEV MAN’s Mascot

    Hi @cezar_neaga,

    I'm not quite sure on the status of that one, but I'll check in with the developers about it.

    Right now there isn't a way to copy as a "draft"

    There also isn't an admin notification ability.

    These are some good ideas though. I will move this to Features & Feedback though so we can see what other community members think, and so it can be considered for future development.

    Best regards,

  • Ignacio
    • HummingBird

    Hi @cezar_neaga.

    We are working on a sync feature and is taking long, it's hardest than I thought when I started. Copy documents will come after that.

    About your other questions: I'm afraid that there's no way right now but I'm adding lots of filters/actions in the next version so you'll be able to extend the plugin much more. Bear in mind that it's still a young plugin and we're working on improve it a lot.


  • cezar_neaga
    • WPMU DEV Initiate

    Hi Ignacio,

    Thanks for the update today to 1.1
    I have to admit, i was so excited to see it in updates list as i thought you might have made it copy other attached resources :slight_smile:

    Still, i hope this is still on the table for a future release.

  • Ignacio
    • HummingBird

    Hi @cezar_neaga.

    You can set posts as drafts right now.

    You'll need to create another plugin that extends MCC a little. Here's the code:

     * Plugin name: Multisite Content Copier Extended
    add_action( 'mcc_copy_post', 'mcc_extended_set_post_as_draft', 10, 3 );
    function mcc_extended_set_post_as_draft( $source_blog_id, $source_post_id, $new_post_id ) {
    	// Let's set the post as draft
    	$postarr = array(
    		'ID' => $new_post_id,
    		'post_status' => 'draft'
    	wp_update_post( $postarr );

    Just create a new file for that code, for instance mcc_extended.php and upload it to your plugins folder. Then activate it.

    Unfortunately, sending an email to the administrator is not such an easy thing. I didn't add a proper hook for that because I'm changing some little things in the next version that will improve MCC.


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