Today we’re going to learn how to create and use custom roles for your WordPress users. Working with custom WordPress user roles allows you to define specific user-access. In addition, this approach allows you to differentiate users, by creating user levels. Our goal is to look into how you can create, assign and bulk assign user roles, as well as how to use this information in your site.
We have just released version 3.6.1 of Users Insights, introducing some new features and improvements. One of the most exciting features of this update is WooCommerce Wishlists support. We have also introduced some new features to some of the other modules, such as Easy Digital Downloads and The Events Calendar.
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.
Version 3.6 of Users Insights is now available, featuring a new integration for the Events Calendar plugin. If you are using Events Calendar to create public events, you can now Users Insights to list, search and filter your user’s event activity.
WP CLI is a powerful command line tool that allows you to manage all things WordPress. There is a variety of different WP CLI commands that are available, such as installing WordPress core and plugin updates, moderating comments, reading and updating site options, and many more. Using WP CLI can be often much faster than using the standard WordPress dashboard. Moreover, some of the WP CLI features are not available out of the box from the WordPress admin.
Version 3.4 of Users Insights is now available, introducing a new Reports feature. This has been one of the most requested features and after months of work, it’s finally here. The Users Insights reports provide a visualized representation of your most important user data. This gives you the ability to instantly compare different types of data or track changes over time.
In today’s article, we are going to discuss the different user types in WordPress. We’ll see how applying the correct role to your users can be important for your site, and we’ll help you choose the correct user roles for your WordPress site.
In this article we are going to look into the different ways of using WooCommerce to send custom emails to your customers. We are going to see different approaches to send emails depending on different criteria, such as the customer data or the products bought. We are also going to learn how you can bulk send custom email to your WooCommerce customers.