• Resolved Amy S. Chan



    I’m hoping someone can help me figure this out…

    I have recently upgraded a user from being a subscriber to an Administrator. How do I also assign the “WPAutoTerms Legal pages editor” role to this user?

    I checked the plugin settings and the user profile settings and didn’t see anything there.

    Screenshot: https://www.evernote.com/l/AAeDk0sG9z1DA59ewhrFjlOFWKMXI2uR7A4

    Thank you for any insight!

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  • Plugin Author WP AutoTerms



    We’re investigating this. In the meantime, could you please send us a message from WP AutoTerms > Contact page with the “extended” option selected so that we have more information about your setup.

    You may need to log in as a user who has “WP AutoTerms Legal Pages Editor” capability added in order to see the WP AutoTerms menu on the left.

    Can a feature be added to your plugin WP Auto Terms that will email a copy of the TOS & PP with a digital signature =Name of the Individule or Group or Firm etc. Typed into Form
    when registering or signing into a site (Registering Sign Up=New Member / Sign In= Existing – Current Member).

    Example: Member Sign up ( New Member ) & Member Sign In (Current Member ).
    Field`s 1. Member Name = Amy Chen ( Sign In=Existing / Current Member ).
    2.Today`s Date = Date Signed (Sign In=Existing Member /Current ).
    3.Unique Id Code ( Numbers+Upper Case Letters ) Generated by The Site When A New Member Sign Up, Linked & Stored by Site to Member Profile = Registration Details.

    4.Automatic Add Other Member Profile Details (( in addition to above 1. / 2. / 3. )) when they (“Sign Up”)
    Date, Time, Address, City,State, Country, Zip-Postal Code, Email , Phone.
    Then email a copy to both the member & the site admin specified email address when the submit link is clicked on sign up -or- sign in. WP-Admin Email address can be different than WP Default admin email…The Admin should have the option to require the extra profile details in item 4. Contact me here: ip131@protonmail.com


    Thank you for replying. I just sent a message through the WP AutoTerms > Contact page.

    Please let me know if you don’t see it and I’ll send again.

    Thank you,

    Plugin Author WP AutoTerms



    We’re investigating this and we’ll keep in touch via email soon. We may send you a stable version of the plugin in order to confirm that the issue has been fixed on your website.

    Plugin Author WP AutoTerms


    I’m marking this as solved as I received confirmation the issue is resolved with our beta version we sent out to test. We’ll soon push this version to all users that will fix this issue.

    I am having an issue with this on my Multisite network. All of my users are Admins, but none of them are seeing WP Autoterms. Did the stable version of this get released yet?

    Plugin Author WP AutoTerms



    You can try to:

    1. Uninstall the plugin & install it again.

    2. Use the User Role Editor plugin to make sure that all users of your network have the “Legal Pages Editor” capability added in — https://wordpress.org/plugins/user-role-editor/

    3. If none of the above work for you, kindly send us a message from WP AutoTerms > Help > Send us a message with the “Extended” option selected so we can investigate this a bit.

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