Este plugin ha sido cerrado el 4 de noviembre de 2022 y no está disponible para descargar. Motivo: Violación de las directrices.


22 de junio de 2021
Saved my day when I needed to find out where on many, many pages a custom module is used. Maybe old, but still does its job! Thanks!!
21 de febrero de 2021
Works great, after installing Beaver Lister I ran down my list of pages and quickly identified which pages were using which modules. Only 1 page had a module from a 3rd party, so I deactivated the other modules. Thanks for the great plugin! Ed
16 de febrero de 2019
Very nice contribution to Beaver Builder's usage, it helps sorting the modules and especially when they're mixed from different vendors. And about this, i noticed that PowerPack modules are clearly identified like "Content Modules - PowerPack" but not BB or UABB's modules for which only the category shows up like "Basic", "Content Modules" (no vendor name)… Maybe it could be something to fix on the plugin's side, but maybe it's related to the modules themselves that lack identification.
12 de febrero de 2018
There are many times when I've installed both PowerPack and Ultimate Add-ons, but then only use the modules from one or the other. This plugin helps me figure out if I can delete one of those plugins, and speed up my site.
7 de enero de 2018
I love this plugin. I use it on every dev install, and it comes in very handy when I want to disable unused addon modules in the backend.
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