The plugin works flawlessly and, so far, without any glitches. It has a very well thought out set of features that improves the admin bar. I got it because I needed a way to create bookmarks in the admin bar to some deeply buried settings. Edit: As of December 2019, all the custom links disappear at random. No word from the developer about this issue.
This plugin broke my website. Automatically logged me out and would not let me access my website at all. It may just be a matter of updating the plugin. I just want others to be aware. Luckily, I was able to go in through FTP and delete the files from my server to remedy the issue. If you would like me to try the plugin again, after an update of course, please contact me.
I installed and tested this plugin. It does what it says. But in my humble opinion, it's missing one key feature to stand out from the crowd. It is now possible to "Hide Admin Bar for": 1. Admin page 2. Admins and Users 3. Users only and 4. No one. The purpose of the last one escapes me. On the other hand, it would be a huge step in the right direction if it were possible to let the plugin do its work on a per "user" bases or at least on the base or "role". It would be immensely powerful and very usable/useful for anyone making websites that are handed over a client. Or has multiple people working on a website in different capacities. A bit like this plugin which, unfortunately, hasn't been updated for quite some time now. https://wordpress.org/plugins/user-admin-simplifier/ Maybe this can be incorporated in your roadmap.
This really is a handy little plugin. All it does is allow you to add shortcuts/links to the back-end admin top menu bar (plus colour styling and icon options) ... but it's *exactly* what I've been looking for. No fuss, no frills. The developer is incredibly fast at responding to user requests. What more could you want? Well done, Alex - you deserve your 5-star rating!
It's first Release 🙂