This will be great. Like runcache, it allows cache to be purge on individual subsite and auto purge when a page or post is updated.
I hope it will be like Runcache from Runcloud which still works with WP Rocket's optimization features. Currently in order to customize GP cache, users should at least know/have Linux server management experience to adjust/exclude pages. But people come to GP are basically looking for easy to use GUI.
If we can also include WooCommerce compatibility, for us this would mean purging product page cache whenever the stock level of the product changes
Accurately report if cache is enabled.
Accurately report which cache system is enabled.
Clear cache actions that works flawlessly and without fail, at least as thorough as the self-help tool.
Admin toolbar link/menu “Clear All Cache”
Admin toolbar link/menu “Clear Cache for this Page”
Admin toolbar link/menu to “Clear OpCache”
A separate “Sane” settings menu leading to a Sane Settings page for Average Admin Users
Sane Settings page button to “Clear All Cache”
Sane Settings page Button to “Clear OpCache”
A separate “Super” settings menu leading to a Super Settings page for Super Users
Super Setting to enable or disable cache the main cache system.
Super Setting to change which cache system is in use on the site.
Super Setting to show the header information on every page to CLEARLY, in plan English, confirm or deny whether a specific page is being loaded form cache HIT or is on BYPASS etc.
Separate plugin pages for day-to-day and “Super Admin” type settings allow the use of a tool like Admin Menu editor to hide menu items easily (or through a simple snippet).
One of the features I appreciate on Swift, is to be able to exclude a page containing a class name. We use this to automatically exclude pages with Gravity forms, without having to manually enter each url by hand.
If this is a real cache plugin, great. If it's a purge manager (for WP Object caching and NGNIX page caching), please don't call it a "cache plugin" -- RunCloud has done that, and it got a lot of people confused. They are now renaming it to "cache purger" or something.
Would be great if this has detection/settings for autopurging with common page builder edits like Elementor, Oxygen, Divi, etc. Sometimes with current nginx / redis cache plugins they don't auto purge on template/page edits in such builders and require manual purges which causes some issues for end users.
Should have ability to set which roles can force clear cache. We have most of our clients provisioned as Editors and not Administrators so this would be very helpful!
and since it's a system/server-level plugin, can we make it hidden?