This screen provides three tabs. First tab lets you replicate the pages or posts elements. Second tab is when there is a need to provide permissions to specific roles and last tab lets you display a link to clone the current post.
What to copy
- Post/Page elements to copy: Check the boxes next to the elements that you wish to replicate. (Title, Date, Status, Slug, Excerpt, Content, Featured Image, Template, Format, Author, Password, Attachments, (you probably want this unchecked, unless you have very special requirements) Children, Comments (except pingbacks and trackbacks) Menu order).
- Title Prefix: Enter the prefix to be added before the title, e.g. "Copy of" (blank for no prefix).
- Title Suffix: Enter the suffix to be added after the title, e.g. "(dup)" (blank for no suffix)
- Increase menu order
by:Add this number to the original menu order (blank or zero to retain the value).
- Do not copy these fields: Comma-separated list of meta fields that must not be copied.
You can use * to match zero or more alphanumeric characters or underscores: e.g. field*
- Do not copy these taxonomies: Select the taxonomies you don't want to be copied.
- Roles allowed to copy:In order to provide access, check the boxes next to the roles (Administrator, Editor, Author, and Contributor).
Warning: Users will be able to copy all posts, even those of other users.
Passwords and contents of password-protected posts may become visible to undesired users and visitors.
- Enable for these posts:Check the boxes to select the post types (Posts, Pages, Blocks, Field Groups, and Sliders) for which you want to provide access to the chosen roles.
Select the post types you want the plugin to be enabled
Whether the links are displayed for custom post types registered by themes or plugins depends on their use of standard WordPress UI elements
- Show links
in:Post list Edit screen Admin bar (now works on Edit screen too — check this option to use with Gutenberg enabled) Bulk Actions.
Whether the links are displayed for custom post types registered by themes or plugins depends on their use of standard WordPress UI elements.
You can also use the template tag duplicate_post_clone_post_link( $link, $before, $after, $id ).
- Show update notice: Check this box in order to get the notifications of the updates that have been made.