Simple Editable Table for your WordPress Website​

Create unlimited editable tables, display them anywhere in the front end using a shortcode, and share them with users, employees, or team members.

Play Video about spreadsheet-no-text-play1-

The simplest Frontend Editor

WordPress is a powerful platform and you can use it to create Document Libraries, Events Directories, Marketplaces
and WooCommerce stores, Business listings, Employee management dashboards, and more.

This plugin is perfect for managing the Information in the Frontend in a simple table interface.

This plugin will save you a lot of time and money. It provides all the features needed for editing
in the front end with many customization options.

You can create unlimited editors for the frontend, you can select what information will be edited (posts, pages, products, etc.),
you can select which fields can be edited, and finally place the generated shortcode in a page.


We have created many frontend spreadsheets (tables) that you can fully use. You can edit the settings and play with them as a regular user.

Note: These demos are just a few examples. You can create editable tables for many more purposes, including managing events, user profiles, media library, documents library, etc.

Click on the demo table you want to use.

WooCommerce Stores

You have 2 employees: Jose edits the products stock, and Mark edits the products prices.

You can create one spreadsheet for Jose with the columns “Product title, Stock status, Stock quantity”.

You can create another spreadsheet for Mark, with the columns “Product title, Regular price, Sale price”.

Events listings

You can create a WordPress site using a plugin for managing events.

Now you want to allow your users to submit their own events.

You can create a page called “My events” and display a spreadsheet with the columns: Event title, organizer, description, image, date, and other meta data.

Client dashboard

You created a WordPress site for a client, but you don´t want the client to use wp-admin.

You can create a page called “Posts” and display a spreadsheet where your client can view and edit blog posts easily.

He can edit all the posts in a single page, he can make advanced searches, etc.

Custom Platforms

You can create a WordPress site where users can log in and edit Tweets.

Create a spreadsheet named “My tweets” with the columns: Tweet, Date, Image (image uploader).

Now your users can manage tweets easily using the spreadsheet in the frontend.


Pro Features

If you purchase the “Frontend” extension, you´ll have access to all these features in the frontend:

Additional features

You can purchase these extensions to add more features to the Frontend Spreadsheet:

For example.

In order to edit “Users” in the Frontend, you need to purchase 2 plugins. “Frontend” extension for the spreadsheet editor + “users” extension for the user profile features.

User Roles Supported

We respect WordPress User Roles.

Contributors can submit posts but not publish them.

Authors can view and edit their own posts only.

Editors and administrators can view and edit all posts.

Here are some screenshots: