The tool is currently in a broken state so no need to let me know.
A quick summary can be found here:
Copy and paste your Shipping Rates settings
One click backup for page and products -- for those just in case moments!
Jump to open orders with a single click -- click on the counter
Quick remove all / add all tags on product page
Show Variant IDs in product listing.
Purge HTML button to absolutely remove any html from the description box. Handy when copy over the madness from a word file.
Images to metafields. Saves all image paths in the description box to a metafield. Super handy for developers.
Jump to page feature for quick page editing. No more multiple clicks to open a different page to edit. [pic]. Now also includes linklists and products.
Adjusted layout to squeeze things in without wasting as much space.
Add some quick shortcut buttons for regular tasks [pic]
Copy and paste metafields between products [pic]
Bulk asset file uploads Drag and drop goodness.
Bulk metafield creation
Bulk product tag editing [pic]
Option to show SKU on product listing page [pic]
Get emails from recent orders [pic]
Show items ordered when hovering over orderID [pic]
Create linklists for all collections, all products, or all vendors [pic]
[CURRENTLY DISABLED] Autosave on product pages.
Add RTE features to the collection editor
Added button to easily duplicate a collection or article.
Quickly create menus (linklists with all collections, all vendors, all pages)
REQUESTS / TODO
See the current list here:
Q: Can you add this to GitHub
A: Yes. Find it here.
That's probably enough for the pages for now. Time to get back to other work but next stop will be adding it to products as the code is pretty well the same.
How'd you get into the interface like that?!
Not as voodoo like as you'd think -- just simply added a script into the body of the page which in turn loads a larger script file and css asset.
Sometimes I think I run close to that. Changing from that routine just freaks people out..
Just another little tweak on those metafields for pages. I'm tracking back through some of the threads trying to find other features people may be missing. Does anyone have any suggestions? Who knows, it's possible I've already got that script here ready to go.
Also wouldn't mind a few brave testers...
Thought about making a git repo on this Jason? To most I think product metafields and product IDs would be a big winner. Did you see this thread earlier today?