Unicorn Template Components
https://bradfrost.com/blog/post/atomic-web-design/#templates A four-panel template and a side-nav template would already make sense to create.
https://github.com/vinibaggio/discover-unused-partials Delete unused views from ruby
Change organization name in Flywheel URL
When we setup our Organization in Flywheel, we had a different company name (Win Local). Since then, we have changed our name but the url in our Flywheel dashboard still uses "win-local". Ex: https://app.getflywheel.com/54404/win-local/local-web-design/ Would love to be able to change that to the new name, but after email our rep, it sounded like the only way to do that would be to create a new organization and move everything over - which would not be worth the time (but I have considered 😂)
Manage Users in Flywheel
We just had an employee leave our company and need to remove his user account from all 80+ sites on our plan. We were using ManageWP to manage users, but that became outdated because we have new sites coming on so quickly. Would love to be able to manage users directly from Flywheel. I would imagine this would display similar to how you can view Plugins now. Have a tab on each site where you could see all users, email addresses, permissions, etc. In this tab you would be able to add new users or edit exisiting users, reset passwords, etc. on a per site basis. It would also be great to be able to manage users across all sites. Again, similar to how I can view all plugins across all my sites in the Flywheel Dashboard. Being able to add/remove a user to all sites would be a DREAM.
Affiliate Dashboard - Commission calculations for annual subscriptions
-client paid yearly at an annual rate of $150 ( $15 * 10 months of payment; we give 2 months free on annual subscriptions) -They received a $6 non-profit discount off their annual payment, bringing their payment down to $144/year -We calculate the commission based on the equivalent of the first month’s payment. Commission is 3x the first month’s price. -the system divided 144/10 months = $14.40 and then multiplied by 3 to get $43.20, when it should’ve divided $144 by 12 months of payment to determine what the monthly rate is -$144/year is $12/month. The resulting commission should be $36