Storage and retrieval of user data are one of the most important features of any blogging website. Over the course of years, WordPress has developed its own way of managing the data of its vast number of users. In this article, we are going to show you how WordPress stores this data in its database.
Have you ever wanted a more advanced WooCommerce customer profile page? Somewhere where you would have all the important information about a customer in a single well-organized place. In the following tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create your own advanced customer profiles for your WooCommerce shop that you can use to store custom customer information that can be always available for you and your team.
Users Insights 4.0 has just landed with various new features, including redesign of some of the elements and new features of our WooCommerce, BuddyPress and LearnDash modules. This update also includes some behind the scenes code improvements and minor bug fixes.
Users Insights 3.9 is now available introducing some new exciting features to help you improve your user management. The biggest feature of this update is the Gravity Forms option to filter users and explore reports based on non-user linked forms via the User Registration addon. This update also includes some new WooCommerce features, such as the Successful Orders number field and a new advanced WooCommerce Memberships filter.
In this article we are going to show you how WooCommerce stores the customer data in the database. We’ll go through the main WooCommerce database tables that are used in WordPress to store any customer related information. This includes data, such as name, order history and billing address.
Today we are excited to announce the new 3.7 version of Users Insights. This is one of the biggest updates that we have released, introducing many highly requested features. These include a new Profile Builder Pro module, page visit tracking, profile field management and new advanced WooCommerce filters.