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  • Last Updated : 22 Mar, 2022

WordPress is an open-source Content Management System that is totally based on PHP and MySql which is used to create a dynamic website. Matt Mullenweg developed WordPress and Written in PHP language. WordPress is one of the most popular interfaces that allow users to customize and manage the website from its back-end content management system. It is used to organize the whole process of creating, storing, and showcasing web content in an optimal way. WordPress was initially developed as an improvement tool that enhances the regular typography of day-to-day writing.  

In this article, we are going to discuss how we can Edit Users in WordPress.

Edit Users in WordPress: Roles are created to give permissions to a particular user to access the WordPress site. Each and every user has their own unique role. Allocation of these roles can be done only by the Admin.

Let’s see the steps to Edit Users in WordPress Easily and Quickly :

Step 1: Go to the WordPress login panel and provide the username and password to log in to the WordPress Dashboard. You can access the login panel by adding /wp-login.php at the end of your website URL.

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WordPress Login Panel

After login into WordPress, you will be able to see a dashboard like this:

WordPress Edit Users

WordPress Dashboard

Step 2: We have to search and open the All Users. For that:  

From the menu option on the left side, there are many options. Go to the Users >> All Users.

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Opening the All Users Section

After clicking on All Users, you will see a similar Page like this:

WordPress Edit Users

All Users Section

Step 3: Now you just need to select the Users you want to Edit.

After clicking on the selected User, you will see a similar Page like this:

WordPress Edit Users

Now select an appropriate role from the role list you want to change and can select the checkbox to flag the users who are not a part of your organization as shown in the above screenshot and then click on save changes.

WordPress Edit Users

After clicking on save changes, a ‘Successfully updated @user’ popup message will be displayed.

WordPress Edit Users

That’s it, you have now successfully learned how to Edit Users in WordPress on your WordPress website.

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