Member’s page enables you to oversee and administer all user profiles. It allows the capabilities to search, filter, activate/deactivate, and delete users. User information is displayed in a tabular format, with each row featuring a checkbox on the left for batch actions selection. The ‘View’ link on the right side can be used to display user’s profile.
To create a new user, click on the ‘New User’ button. This action will redirect the administrator to the ‘Add New User’ page. On this page, there are several fields such as username, password, email address, name, and more. Additionally, the administrator has the option to assign the new user to a specific group.
You can use this button to disable a user account. To execute this action, first, choose the user accounts you want to deactivate and then click on the ‘Deactivate’ button. This will update the user’s status to ‘inactive.’
To reactivate inactive users, simply select the desired users and then click on the ‘Activate’ button.
To delete a user, begin by selecting the user you wish to remove, then click on the ‘Delete’ option. A confirmation pop-up will appear, prompting you to confirm or cancel this action. Upon confirmation, the user will be removed from their group, and their user account will be permanently deleted. Please note that this action is irreversible.
To allocate a user to a specific group, start by selecting the user and then click on ‘Assign Group.’ A pop-up window will appear, featuring a dropdown menu listing the available groups. Choose the desired group from the dropdown and confirm by clicking ‘Assign.’ This action will transfer the user from their previous group, if any, and incorporate their user information into the new group.
Clicking the ‘Help’ button will take you to the documentation page for the ‘Members’ section.
Select a Group
Users can be filtered based on their group affiliation by utilising the ‘Select a Group’ dropdown menu, which displays the list of available user groups.
The search bar permits you to look up any user information by entering a keyword of your choice.
The ‘Time’ field provides the capability to filter users based on the creation date of their accounts. To execute this action, you must choose a specific option and then click the ‘Search’ button.
The ‘Status’ field enables you to sort users based on their status, such as active or inactive.
The ‘Match Field’ option presents a dropdown menu featuring various categories of user account information, including username, first name, last name, email, and more. With this feature, you can select a specific field of the user account, match it with your input, and thereby filter the users accordingly.
The ‘Reset’ function permits you to clear any selections made in the filter bar, reverting the filters to their default settings.
To sum it up, the Members page provides multiple tools for managing user profiles. You can search, filter, activate/deactivate, delete users, and view their profiles. The ‘Select a Group’ dropdown and ‘Match Field’ options enhance filtering for efficient user management.