I want to be able to easily create/edit my own custom "post-state" for display in the Pages back end.
I only want this text appearing after the page name - not in the status dropdown, or anywhere else.
WooCommerce, Elementor & a whole host of other plugins do this for their own internally created pages, to the point where they even concatenate if there is an pre-existing state eg:
However, I cannot seem to find anywhere that I can just easily edit this text, or add my own.
This question was the only one I could find that asks about
post-state and the provided answers, while they might work, rely on my editing functions.php and dealing with code every time I want to add/change the text or even if the page id changes.
I would prefer something more simple: an "edit post state" button for each page in the list that just brings a text box that I can input new or change existing text for any page I want.
Unsuccessful so far in searching the plugins at wordpress.org (only results are for highlighting WP built-in states such as 'draft', adding in preset states such as 'archive', or creating entire new
Post Status that appears in the dropdown & other places.)
If there is another type of plugin/code that can provide the same functionality, that would also be acceptable - basically I want to be able to just add a short admin-only description for the sake of differentiating between nondescript page names*, without having to change the actual page name itself.
*such as when I am experimenting with a few different plugins that generate the same page names eg.
My Account, or if I want a sandbox page but still have it called the same name as my proper page.
post-statein there, also when attempting to tag I did not see the
post-statustag that @fuxia just added for me - thanks, this might speed up discovering a good solution.