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    Just as a suggestion, I think when someone uses the specific shortcode for showing the dashboard with a post type, it should not include the “Username's Dashboard” in the instance that say i'm going to create multiple panels with each showing a post type, or use the shortcode multiple times on the same page…

    Or maybe if script used a template system or filtering where we could customize it?

    I can edit the plugin but when it gets updated my changes will be removed, haven't dug too far into it but that was going to be my first change and figured I would mention it on here.


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    Well, whatever post types you are going to show on Dashboard it suppose to be created by that user, isn't it? Thats why it says – “Username's Dashboard”
    correct me if i am wrong.


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    Well yes, but I guess what i'm referring to is an enhancement or maybe even another shortcode feature.

    Here's a screenshot of what I mean:

    So I have multiple custom post types, but the dashboard i'm displaying it on i'm using the shortcode to output the list of files and everything else, but the output shows “User's Dashboard” on each one …

    So maybe like [wpuf_dashboard_single post_type=”event”]

    I guess really what i'm getting at is just using the shortcode multiple times in a template

    Either way I can modify the files just thought it would be a good feature to have and maybe others would benefit from it, but on another note, LOVE the plugin, took me a lot of testing with other plugins to land on yours, but once I did I could finally stop looking. Good stuff man.

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