Find our listing for the best 7 User-Management WordPress plugins of 2018 below!
#1 – Ultimate Member – User Profile & Membership Plugin.
The plugin is developed by Ultimate Member and has a rating of 4.3 our of 5 with 584 reviews on WordPress.org.
Ultimate Member is the #1 user profile & membership plugin for WordPress. The plugin makes it a breeze for users to sign-up and become members of your website. The plugin allows you to add beautiful user profiles to your site and is perfect for creating advanced online communities and membership sites. Lightweight and highly extendible, Ultimate Member will enable you to create almost any type of site where users can join and become members with absolute ease.
#2 – WP User Manager – User Profile Builder & Membership.
The plugin is developed by Alessandro Tesoro and has a rating of 4.7 our of 5 with 177 reviews on WordPress.org.
WP User Manager lets you create highly customizable user profiles together with custom user registration, login, password recovery and account customization forms to your WordPress website. WP User Manager is the best solution to manage your community. Powerful and flexible, yet easy to setup and use. With WP User Manager you can create almost any type of website where your visitors can join and become members.
#3 – User Meta – User Profile Builder and User management plugin.
The plugin is developed by Khaled Hossain and has a rating of 3.8 our of 5 with 126 reviews on WordPress.org.
Well-Designed features reached and easy to use user management plugin that allows user login, reset-password, profile update and user registration with extra fields, all on front-end and many more.
#4 – WP Approve User.
The plugin is developed by Konstantin Obenland and has a rating of 3.8 our of 5 with 31 reviews on WordPress.org.
This plugin lets you approve or reject user registrations.
While a user is unapproved, they can’t access the WordPress Admin.
On activation of the plugin, all existing users will automatically be flagged Approved. The site admin will never experience restricted access and does not need approval.
This plugin is probably not compatible with WooCommerce.
#5 – New User Approve.
The plugin is developed by Josh Harrison and has a rating of 3.1 our of 5 with 38 reviews on WordPress.org.
On a normal WordPress site, once a new user registers, the user is created in the database. Then an email is sent to the new user with their login credentials. Very simple. As it should be.
The New User Approve plugin modifies the registration process. When a user registers for the site, the user gets created and then an email gets sent to the administrators of the site. An administrator then is expected to either approve or deny the registration request. An email is then sent to the user indicating whether they were approved or denied. If the user has been approved, the email will include the login credentials. Until a user is approved, the user will not be able to login to the site.