The new WordPress Plugins repository went live a couple of weeks ago and the changes caught by surprise quite a few plugin authors although the testing had been going on for over a year. WPTavern covered the event and highlighted how there were quite some negative reactions around some of the changes, mostly around the removal of the stats and the tabs in general. You might be asking, why are you talking about this? The reason is that while the WordPress repository was undergoing major changes we were also busy at Addendio with some major changes. The interesting part of all this is that we actually went in the opposite direction compared to the WordPress repo by going fully into a single-page-app mode and we fully embraced tabs.
Addendio Plugins V2
So without further ado, here’s a quick run down of the key features that you will find on the Addendio search for WordPress plugins!
More filters: We are strong believers in providing our users with as many tools as possible to refine the search results. This is why we added even more filters so that you can refine your searches based on your criteria. If you think we missed some important filters, just let us know.