I'm manually adding a ton of users, and I'm planning on activating them en mass. Is there any way to have the auto-generated email include the username? Otherwise I have to send out close to 100 individual emails to give my users their login information. That ... would be tedious and prone to mistakes.
I know it's possible (generally speaking) to use "shortcodes" as placeholders for inputs - one of the plugins I'm using does it. But does WP Core offer that for the "Confirm User Registration"-->"Settings"->Confirm User Registration Settings:E-mail Notification? I'd like the body of the message to read something like this:
You account has been approved by an administrator!
Your user name is [username]. Your password has been sent separately.
Log in @ http://www.annarboryouthchorale.org/wp-login.php
This message is auto generated
[username] would be the "placeholder" for whatever username is associated with the email address the message generator is using. Does anyone know if WPCore has this ability, and, if so, where I can find a list of placeholder codes?