How to Connect Existing Post Copies
I completely get it that there could be situations when you already have post duplicates or product duplicates on the other sites. Maybe you created them manually, maybe not, it doesn’t matter.
How to connect them to sync the changes? Of course you can delete a post manually and then crosspost it again, but it seems like a lot of things to do. So I decided to make your life simpler and created these free add-ons.
Download Simple Multisite Crossposting – Post Connections 1.2
Download Simple WordPress Crossposting – Post Connections 1.1
As you can see, two add-ons are here, the first one – in case you’re using multisite version of my crossposting plugin, the second one – for the regular version. Please make sure, that you’re using the latest version of the plugin as well, you can check it on the Downloads page.
|Regular version||Multisite version|
|Posts will be connected if they have the same slugs, WooCommerce products and variations will be connected by their SKUs.||You can decide in plugin settings whether you need to connect posts by the same slugs or titles or even both.|
Once you are done with configuring the plugin, you can bulk connect your posts.
Need more help?
- “Site is not added” – How to Fix?
- ACF fields are Empty on Crossposted Posts (Gutenberg)
- ACF Relationship Fields
- Bulk Crossposting
- Categories, Tags, Attributes (and any custom taxonomy terms) aren’t being added to subsites
- Crossposted posts look different (not fully crossposted)
- Crossposting Doesn’t Work for a Custom Post Type
- Elementor Colors Mismatch
- How Plugin Works with Images
- How to Add Canonical Tag to Post Copies
- Reusable Blocks Get Broken after Crossposting
- Simple Multisite Crossposting: Hook Reference
- Terms (Categories, Tags) aren’t being crossposted
- WPML Compatibility