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WP Manage Users

BEING TESTED

Manage Users

We are still testing these services to be offered in the future.

  • Create new users

    Creating a new user on multiple WordPress sites.

  • Delete existing users

    Deleting existing on multiple WordPress sites.

  • Modify the roles of existing users

    Changing the roles of the existing users on multiple WordPress sites.

  • Assign a role to new users

    Assigning a user roles to newly created users on multiple WordPress sites.

  • Why do you need to create users and assign a role to each?

When having multiple WordPress sites, it is really stressful to manage them all checking its update, posts, comments and more. And now, you are going to hire a Virtual Assistant to help you maintain and manage your WordPress sites. But how about the user permissions? You need to create a new WordPress user accounts for you to control nor limit their access to your sites. Giving your Administrator user account might cause a great catastrophe since the Administrator role has complete power over the site which enables it to perform definitely almost everything.

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Now the following problems will occur:

  • You need to create a user account on each site
  • You need to change the role of created users
  • You need to test if created users are functioning correctly

  • These are the common types of users in Wordpress. See the following below:

About Administrator

An Administrator has complete power over the site which enables it to perform definitely almost everything. It can also create more  users such as Administrator(Creating more than one administrator is allowed in Wordpress), Editor, Author, Contributor, Follower and Viewer. The most common among the types are Administrator, Editor and Author.

As mentioned above, Administrator has complete power over the site as well as deleting the entire site. That is why it is suggested that only one Administrator per site if possible.

The following are the actions that the Editor User can do:

– Creating a Post/Page

– Editing a Post/Page

– Publishing a Post/Page

– Deleting a Post/Page

– Moderating Comments

– Managing Categories, Tags and Links

The following are the actions that the Author User can do :

– Creating a Post

– Editing a Post

– Deleting  a Post

But above-mentioned are bounded to their own posts only.

 

The following are the actions that the Author User cannot do :

– Creating a Page

– Modifying a Page

– Deleting a Page

– Modifying posts by other users

There are sites that don’t require visitors to log-in because they allow visitors to create and edit their posts on the front-end of the site. But once visitors’ posts are published, the visitors don’t have the control to edit the submitted/created posts.

Same idea with Contributor User which has the access to create and edit post. In addition, contributors don’t have the access to upload files or images.

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