The plugin repository can be a wild west at times, especially if you’re looking for a very specific plugin or feature that you can’t quite build (or don’t want to build) on your own time.
Google doesn’t help much as it drums up stuff that looks incredibly sketchy and you don’t have much time to spend on this in the first place.
Perhaps you need to check out this site that has organized plugins based on a few criteria that you might find helpful as well as filtering system that may actually work for you:
Plugins.uproot.us is simple to look at and just as simple to use. Search by trending plugins, top downloads, as well as compatibility versions.
The filtering system on the right is pretty self-explanatory and very fast – it’s probably this last part that I really like the most. Search quickly and easily and don’t wait for a result. Bingo.
Matt Gibbs (@mgibbs189) is the manager of the site (he was also the founder of Pods Framework) so he’s a trusted resource to boot. May be worth a bookmark if your current searches aren’t hitting straight.