Disable Admin Notices
Hide All Admin Notices In One Click
Disabling the plugin’s global notification settings has the same effect as turning off the plugin entirely. With this plugin, you can choose which types of admin notifications to keep and which to delete from the main Dashboard.
Remove Welcome Panel
Some may find the dashboard’s welcome panel bothersome. It’s in the way and takes up valuable real estate, so just get rid of it. As long as you have access to the Admin Notice module, removing it from the control panel is a breeze.
Remove PHP Update Required Notice
Leaving the warning that you need to update PHP on the primary dashboard is not a smart idea. Keeping with PHP 5.6 is a great idea if that version works well for your website. Some site administrators may find this alert confusing; you can turn it off in the Admin Notices section of the control panel.
WordPress Core, Theme, Plugin Update Notice Removal
It is now much simpler to silence plugin, theme, and core update reminders. Despite the benefits of updating, some WordPress users refuse to do so. They dislike being constantly reminded of updates. The Admin Notice module provides a solution to this problem.
Dedicated Notice Page
The Dashboard>Notice Page is where you may view any important notifications. Inspect if you like to inspect your WordPress, Theme, and Plugin alerts. You also have the option to remove certain announcements from that section.
- Cover Up System Messages
- Do away with Welcome Mat
- Get Rid Of “PHP Update Required” Message
- Cover Up The Core Update
- Ignore the Request to Update Plugin
- Toggle the Update Notification Banner Under the Radar
- Posting of all notifications to the Dashboard>Notices page
- Take Away The Option To “Try Gutenberg”
- Identify the many functions that will be performed by individual users.