Creating subscriber or members access for your website is an excellent way to engage your visitors and offer them some exclusive contents. When users create their profiles, you get to know them better and get information that can be powerful for your business.
But Avoori lets you do much more than that. Avoori replaces the default WordPress roles to functional roles you actually need. Now you don’t have to use the Administrator and subscriber role. You can select from various User Roles and each role can only access the features available under its permission range.
One more thing, there is no site username as all your users are recognized by their email only, simple.
We know that sometimes it’s annoying to create and remember yet another website username like you may be used to from WordPress. We also think you shouldn’t have to. That’s why our platform doesn’t require usernames, users are identified by their emails alone.
Add New User
To create a new user and attribute a role, access your menu and select Users-> Add New. You will get a screen where you can insert the email, names, and role attributed to the user.
Set a User Role
You have different roles that can be associated with your user. There is a permission system associated with each role so that they only access the relevant features. Also, each can add users exclusively to roles under their role permission range.
Avoori Roles List
Let’s take a look at the list of available roles:
- Site Manager: it’s the most powerful role without any permission restrictions. This role is able to manage all pages, posts, products, newsletters, as well as moderate comments and manage shop orders. It has admin access to edit web pages, import and export settings and personal data management.Site Manager is able add all types of user roles, except additional site managers.
- Site Partner: This role has exactly the same permissions as the site manager, except personal data management.Site Partner is able to add all types of user roles, except additional site partners or site managers.
- Site Expert: This role is able to add, edit, and delete posts and pages, products, as well as moderate comments. However, they are not able to manage shop orders. It is also able to manage newsletter lists, subscribers and emails.
- Site Content Editor: This role is able to add, edit and delete posts and pages, newsletter emails, as well as to moderate comments.
- Site Blog Manager: This role is able to add, edit and delete blog posts, as well as moderate comments.
- Site Blog Author: This role is able to add posts, or edit his own posts. Each post added or edited by this role has to be approved by a site blog manager or above role before being published. This role is not able to delete any posts published in the blog.
- Shop Manager: This role is able to manage shop settings. It is also able to add, edit, manage and delete products and shop orders.
- Shop Order Manager: This role is able to edit, manage and delete shop orders.
- Subscriber: This role is given automatically once a user signs up to your website. They can receive post comment updates and newsletter notifications.
- Member: This role is able to access specific pages, posts or products on your website, which are hidden to other users, such as site viewers or subscribers.
The Site Manager is a unique role granted to the owner of the website. The Site Manager can add all types of user roles to the website, except for additional site managers.
The Site Partner is also able to add all types of user roles, except additional site partners or site managers. All other user roles are not able to add any additional users to your website.