Everyone who knows WordPress knows the most common structure they use for their pages and posts. Unlike posts, pages they are not arranged chronologically, but are related to each other.
WordPress by default includes a fairly simple user interface to indicate if the page has a sub-page. This is usually a very cumbersome process, so through a plugin we can drag and drop in page management.
How does the plugin work?
The plugin as we said before, nests pages in a way that allows them to be edited quickly, handling is much easier when the drag function is included.
Another key feature is that it automatically generates a menu that matches the structure that we are forming, without a doubt this will save us a lot of time.
It also allows you to create several pages at once, as well as when you mouse over the page, it shows us multiple functions that we can perform.
In the following video each of the points explained above is explained in a practical way.