Divi modules, rows, and sections can have custom admin labels that make it easier to locate specific elements in Divi Builder layouts, when viewed in wireframe mode. When new modules are added to the page, their admin labels default to the module type, for instance, “Text”, “Button”, etc. However, it’s possible to change the admin label in the module settings.
The problem with adding manual labels is that it consumes time and requires a lot of effort, especially for web designers working on a large website with multiple pages. Therefore, it would be helpful if these admin labels could be populated automatically from the module content itself.
In the past, it was possible to dynamically copy text being entered into a module field (such as the "Title" field), directly into the admin label field. But with the latest Divi Builder updates, the admin label field no longer exists in the page while its settings toggle is closed. This makes it challenging to copy data to the admin label field automatically.
Automatically updating Admin Labels using Divi Admin Label Helper
Resource Mobility have come up with a plugin called Divi Admin Label Helper that aims to work around this problem. This plugin includes the option to move the admin label field / keep its toggle open. This makes it possible to populate the admin label field automatically using the content from another field. Divi Admin Label Helper does this for any module that supports the "Title" field.