WordPress comes with a whole host of free and paid plugins you can use to build a killer website. Installing too many plugins is not wise, but sometimes you have to do it to get all the features you would like your site to have. Here are 5 plugins you can use to manage and organize your plugins:
Plugin Columns: adds columns to your plugins list to let you filter them by category or install date. You can export and import plugins and categories.
Plugin Organizer: lets you change the order your plugins are loaded. You can also selectively disable plugins by post type or URL.
Plugin Groups: useful for sites that have lots of plugins installed. Allows you to group plugins by purpose for easy filtering.
Wp Favs: a bulk plugin manager that lets you create plugin lists and install or delete multiple plugins with a click.
WPCore Plugin Manager: another plugin that lets you manage collections of plugins and install them fast. Just create collections on WPCore and import them using your unique collection key.
Have you found more useful plugin organizers? Please share them here.