My Quota – Now with Add-ons

We’re pleased to announce that My Quota now has Add-ons that you can enable to work with popular WordPress plugins.

With the latest release announcement of My Quota, version 0.1.9, we’ve now added a new section called Add-ons for collaborating with 3rd party plugins. We’ll be adding more add-ons in the near future.

*To those using any version of My Quota 0.1.8 and below, by default, if you had the Edit Flow plugin installed and activated you automatically had your Edit Flow groups shown in your Quota Groups. This setting has been changed in the current version.

Enable Add-ons

My Quota Settings page

To enabled add-ons, visit your My Quota Settings page under the main Settings tab in WordPress.

Select the available My Quota Add-ons by enabling the add-on. You’ll see all the information about the Add-on and if an additional 3rd party plugin is required.

Add-on page for My Quota

Edit Flow Groups – With this add-on enabled, you’ll be able to use the built-in groups you’ve setup in Edit Flow, the popular workflow plugin.

Edit Flow groups shown in your Quota Groups settings
Additional requirements shown in the Quota Group with Yoast Connect enabled.

Yoast Connect – Enabling this add-on will allow additional conditions to your Quota Groups. You can set:

  • Keyword SEO score
  • Readability Score

Set the minimum score allowed for a quota to be accepted.

The Yoast SEO plugin, a popular SEO marketing plugin is required.

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My Quota 0.1.2 – Notifications

Two new features for the My Quota plugin, notifications and editor groups.


Now send reminders and reports to authors and editors. To enable the sending of notifications, make sure you have enabled the notification email settings under the My Quota Settings page.

Once enabled, you can checkoff under each Quota Group the options to send email notifications.

  • Reminders – Send email reminders when quotas are due in 24 hours to users missing quotas.
  • Reports – After the quota due date has passed, send a report of all missing quotas to editors/admins of the Quota Group.

Editor Groups

You can now assign editors to Quota Groups, those that oversee the users in the quota. With this enabled, editors who now visit the Roster Page will only see users under their group(s).

The Roster page is now viewable to all users* on the site to view their own quota history.

* Users must have at least edit_posts capability in order to see page.

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Welcome to My Quota

We are pleased to announce the official launch of My Quota, a quota management plugin for WordPress sites for managing your user’s publishing quotas.

Keep track of who is posting what and when with My Quota. If you’re like most sites who keep an online log for keeping up with your writer’s posts, now you can have that automated with My Quota.

Create groups with individual users, Word Press user roles, or with 3rd party plugins like Edit Flow, to create quota policies for what the requirements are for your writers.

Create policies like what types of post types, statuses, and amounts are required in order to complete your quota.

Set quota’s due date for every day of the week or for a day of the month due.

And the best part is the plugin is free. Just visit the WordPress Plugin store and search for “My Quota” or click here for the direct link.