Where do your testimonials belong?

Assign testimonials to any object (posts, pages, media or custom content types) with features designed to simplify your workflow.

This works really well with portfolio, directory and service business themes.

Manually

You can manually assign testimonials to specific objects and then filter the view for that object. For example, on a page describing a service, add a view that only shows testimonials for that service.

You can also let your customers select the product, service, person, etc. for their new testimonial by adding an assignment field to your testimonial form.

Automatically

Here’s where the plugin really shines.

The ideal situation for the Assignment add-on is when you have a custom content type with:

  • a custom single page that displays an individual object
  • an archive page that displays all objects
  • and/or a custom taxonomy page

On those pages, you can display only testimonials assigned to the object(s) being displayed. The testimonial form on the single page for a custom content type can assign the new testimonial to the object being displayed.

The result: Automatic assignment without administrator action.

More features

You can also assign a testimonial to multiple objects. For example, if John and Mary worked together on the same service for your customer, that testimonial will be shared by both.

You can also exclude specific objects from having testimonials assigned to them.

See for yourself

Demo 1Using pages to describe services

Demo 2 Using a custom content type – coming soon

More demos coming soon

Requirements

  • Strong Testimonials 2.30.5
  • WordPress 4.4
  • PHP 5.3

FAQ

Q: Does it work with the Review Markup add-on?

Assignment will integrate smoothly with Review Markup soon. The markup added, including the aggregate rating, will match the object(s) being displayed.

Q: How do I install this?

  1. Download the plugin from the link in your purchase receipt email or your downloads page.
  2. Go to wp-admin > Plugins > Add New and click the “Upload Plugin” button.
  3. Upload, install and activate the plugin.
  4. Go to wp-admin > Testimonials > Settings and click the “Assignment” tab to configure it.

You will receive automatic update notices just like any other plugin.

Q: Can I install it in a development environment without counting toward my activation limit?

Yes. The URL must match one of these:

  • localhost
  • 10.0.0.0/8
  • 172.16.0.0/12
  • 192.168.0.0/16
  • *.dev
  • .*local
  • dev.*
  • staging.*