• Hello everyone,
    is it possible to have the following scenario:
    I am a user that signed up with a form, so I will be “Geco” with “admin” role.
    Then, while I am logged in, I would like to create other 10 users with another form.
    These users don’t need to log in, so I only need to register them as members.

    Thank you.

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  • Plugin Support Aswin Giri

    (@aswingiri)

    Hello @geco300

    You can add following code snippet to enable registration form for logged in users:

    add_filter( 'um_registration_for_loggedin_users', '__return_true' );

    Thread Starter geco300

    (@geco300)

    Hello Aswin Giri and thank you for your help.
    This tip seems to do part of the work but after the registration the firts user is logged out.

    I explain an example:

    1) User A (with fields: Name=”Geco”, Surname=”Black”, Nation=”ESP”) is logged in.
    2) He registers the new user B (Name: Carl Surname: “White”, Nation: “the same of user A”).
    3) After the registration, the User A is still logged in and could create other Users in the same way.

    Is it possible to pass an attribute automatically from the user A to the user B?

    Always Thank you and sorry for missing information.

    Plugin Support Aswin Giri

    (@aswingiri)

    Hello @geco300

    Are you looking to login as newly registered user once the registration process is complete?

    Thread Starter geco300

    (@geco300)

    Hello,
    the user A is logged in. He registers another users (user B), by filling out a form. Now, the plugin will execute an autologin to disconnect User A and to have the new user B logged in.

    I needed to modify this process, in order to register the user B and then disabling the autologin function because i want the user A to stay logged in after he registered user B.
    I managed to disable the autologin function so I have what i needed (in part).

    Now I need a way to set default value for certain fields of the registration form to have it pre-compiled, but i can’t use (and don’t want to use) the default value in the edit form page.
    I need something like the way the shortcodes usually pass attributes, for example [shortcode attr1=”pizza” attr2=”pasta”..] but with the [ultimatemember form_id=”143″ last_name=”geco”] shortcode attributes last_name=”geco” seem not working.

    Thank you.

    Plugin Support Ultimate Member Support

    (@ultimatemembersupport)

    Hi @geco300

    I suggest you redirect the user before it auto approves and log in the newly registered user by another user.

    You can try this code snippet:

    add_action("um_post_registration_approve_hook","um_062222_post_registration_approve_hook");
    function um_062222_post_registration_approve_hook(){
        wp_redirect("/my-custom-page/"); exit;
    }

    You can add the code snippet to your theme/child-theme’s functions.php file or use the Code Snippet plugin to run the code.

    Thread Starter geco300

    (@geco300)

    Thank you,
    but it doesn’t seem to do the job, because the new user autologs in.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by geco300.
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