Plugin Support

Free support is offered via the myCRED website Monday to Friday 9AM – 5PM (GMT+1). You can consult the online community for customisations or open a free support ticket if you can not get myCRED to work as described in the documentation. No support is provided here on the support forum or on any social media account.

myCRED is an adaptive points management system that lets you build a broad range of point related applications for your WordPress powered website.
Store reward systems, community leaderboards, online banking or monetizing your websites content, these are some of the ways you can use myCRED.


Each user on your WordPress websites gets their own point balance which you can manually adjust at any time. As of version 1.4, myCRED also supports multiple point types for those who need more then one type of points on their website.


Each time myCRED adds or deducts points from a user, the adjustment is logged in a dedicated log, allowing your users to browse their history. The log is also used to provide you with statistics, accountability, badges, ranks and to enforce limits you might set.

Awarding or Deducting Points Automatically

myCRED supports a vast set of ways you can automatically give / take points from a user. Everything from new comments to store purchases. These automatic adjustments are managed by so called Hooks which you can setup in your admin area.

Third-party plugin Support

myCRED supports some of the most popular plugins for WordPress like BuddyPress, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Contact Form 7 etc. To prevent to much cluttering in the admin area with settings, myCRED will only show features/settings for third-party plugins that are installed and enabled.


There is so much more to myCRED then just adjusting balances. The plugin comes with several built-in add-ons which enabled more complex features such as allowing point transfers, buying points for real money, allow payments in stores etc.


You can find extensive documentation on everything myCRED related in the myCRED Codex. You can also find a list of frequently asked questions on the myCRED website.


myCRED was not built to “do-it-all”. Instead a lot of effort has been made to make the plugin as developer friendly as possible. If you need a custom feature built, you can submit a request for a quote via the myCRED website.

Code Snippets

The most commonly asked customizations for myCRED are available as code snippets on the myCRED website, free to use by anyone.


I provide free support if you can not get myCRED to work as described in the documentation, and pay myCRED Store Tokens as a reward for reporting bugs and/or bug fixes. There is also a community forum where you can post your questions or contact me directly.


  • WordPress 4.0 or greater
  • PHP version 5.3 or greater
  • PHP mcrypt library enabled
  • MySQL version 5.0 or greater

Language Contributors

  • Swedish – Gabriel S Merovingi
  • French – Chouf1 Dan – BuddyPress France
  • Persian – Mani Akhtar
  • Spanish – Robert Rowshan Website
  • Russian – Skladchik
  • Chinese – suifengtec Website
  • Portuguese (Brazil) – Guilherme
  • Japanese – Mochizuki Hiroshi


  • Add-ons - Add-ons are managed just like themes in WordPress.
  • Edit Balances - Administrators can edit any users balance at any time via the Users page in the admin area.
  • Hooks - Hooks are managed just like widgets in WordPress.
  • Edit Log Entries - Administrators can edit any log entry at any time via the admin area.


Excellent Support

I was having trouble with integrating this with multiple other plugins. The supports was excellent and after weeks of effort on their part i got exactly what i wanted. They even made updates to some of their plugins to generate shortcodes i needed.


My site wouldn’t be the same without this plug in. Thank you for all the hard work and continued support. A great replacement for the now defunct BadgeOS

Forget any kind of personalized support

They’ll tell you to use their on-site support forum, and post a ticket if you have an issue – and you’re encouraged to buy “points” to escalate a ticket to a higher level of support.

I posted a simple support ticket over a month ago, and immediately paid to have it escalated to (Level 2) Premium, as it’s for a dear client. It remains unassigned and unresponded to.

Oh, and don’t bother trying to ask abut the ticket status in their community forum – because they moderate the posts, so the question won’t ever show up.

Too bad, because it’s potentially a great plugin. But I can’t wait over a month to provide services for folks.

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Contributors & Developers

“myCRED” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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FIX – Incorrect badge level labels are shown in the mycred_badges shortcode.
FIX – Unapproved comments are sometimes seen as spam by the Points for comments hook. (Thanks thomaslhotta)
FIX – Fixed minor logic issue in the mycred_total_points shortcode.
FIX – Balance export option is missing in the Management section (Thanks imago).
FIX – Removed duplicate usage of the mycred_transfer_ready action.
FIX – Rank sorting in the front end should only be applied to the main query in the rank archive (if used).
TWEAK – Updated export balance modal design to 1.7
TWEAK – Updated the mycred_total_since shortcode to render potential errors when the shortcode is used incorrectly.
Tested with WordPress 4.8

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