How to use Hide on Screen
You can hide items from the list table that you do not want your users to see.
The result is you have a list table that is better suited for its task. If you do not need search, inline edit, bulk edit, or certain filters, you can now simply hide it from your users. Create a better user experience when visiting the list table by hiding the functionality you do not need.
In this example we have hidden every element. The result is a very minimalistic list table. Ofcourse, you can pick and choose to hide your own elements.
Select the elements you want to hide and they will be removed from the list table.
Hide inline edit
The option hide Inline edit will remove this functionality from the list table.
Hide bulk edit
The option hide bulk edit will remove this functionality from the list table.
The option hide filters will remove all filter functionality from the list table.
Hide individual filters
You can hide individual filters that come natively with WordPress, such as Category and Date. The filters that can be hidden will be specific to each (custom) post type.
Hide smart filters
The hide smart filters option will remove all the custom smart filters from the list table.
Hide saved filters
The option hide saved filters will remove its functionality and the dropdown menu from the Add filter button.
The option hide export will remove and disable this functionality from the list table.
Hide quick add
The option hide quick add will remove this functionality from the list table.
Hide status (quick links)
The option hide Status (Quick Links) will remove this menu from the list table.
The option hide search will remove the search field (top right corner) from the list table.
Hide bulk actions
The option hide bulk actions will remove the top and bottom Bulk actions menu's from the list table.