I found this looking for a way to toggle Query Monitor to only use when debugging speed issues, since Query Monitor is a best of a plugin, an you don't want it running all the time, since it does cause significant Admin slowdown while using.
Same of many other Admin or infrequent use plugins. You want them installed, ready for occasional use, but not in day to day operations.
Other's useful to know and toggle: Code Profiler, Black Bar, Anti-Malware Security and Brute-Force Firewall, Wider Admin Menu (sometimes overlaps some plugins not recognising this tweak), User Switching, Index WP MySWL for Speed, and many other occasional use plugins.
Thank you for your service. Another great example of how Wordpress's vast community hive-mind experiences and solves. 👍
PS: Be even more amazing if you could make it work with the other very helpful "Plugin Groups".
Thank you for the amazing plugin, it is a great tool for developers!
I'm really glad I found this plugin, it saves a lot of time, I usually go to the admin plugins page to activate or deactivate plugins, I do that all the time while developing but this plugin is a big helper.
This is very handy for toggling plugins on and off for diagnosis, or for solutions that require temporarily re configuring your plugin set.
Good for trialing several plugins in the same genre, by setting them up, then switching them in or out of the setup.
Nice big multi-column list of all the plugins, reduces the amount of scrolling to see them all.
This is good, and getting better.
I was in a situation where one plugin, when active, interfered with the back end update function of another plugin. My problem was it was easy to forget that I had deactivated the first plugin while working in the second plugin. Now I can quickly view the status of and reactivate any deactivated plugin.