These are some general settings that are frequently requested by users. Some of them tend to work in groups.
Hide Toolbar from subscribers
Checking this removes the WP Toolbar (sometimes referred to as the “admin bar”) from the top of the page if the logged in user is a subscriber. The toolbar will remain for other users such as editors or administrators. User capability required for toolbar defaults as “edit_posts”. This can be filtered with wpmem_adv_toolbar_capability.
Redirect Dashboard to Home page for subscribers
This feature is often requested with the hide toolbar feature. When this setting is enabled, subscribers will be denied access to the WP dashboard (sometimes referred to as the “WP admin area” or “backend”). Similar to the toolbar setting, this is only for subscribers. Higher role users such as editors or admins will still have access. User capability required for dashboard access as “edit_posts”. This can be filtered with wpmem_adv_dashboard_capability.
Redirect WP Login (wp-login.php) to WP-Members Login
The feature when enabled will redirect requests to the wp-login.php page to the WP-Members login page. Keep in mind, this is global for all users since if the wp-login.php page is being displayed, the user is not logged in and therefore the user’s role is not known. The process handles redirection the same way the wp-login.php does. So if the user logging in is an administrator, they will be redirected to the dashboard (or requested page) upon successful login, just like wp-login.php. In order for this to function properly, you must have a login page set in the WP-Members Options.
Change WP Login URL to WP-Members Login
Other plugins (and WordPress itself) often use the wp_login_url() function to display a link to log in. By default, this link goes to wp-login.php. To create a consistent user experience, many people like this link to direct instead to the WP-Members login page. Enabling this setting will filter the generated link to point instead to the WP-Members login. In order for this to function properly, you must have a login page set in the WP-Members Options.
Change WP Register URL to WP-Members Registration
Same as login URL above, but for new user registration.
Change WP Lost Password URL to WP-Members Password Reset
Same as login URL above, but forgot password reset.
Change WP User Profile URL to WP-Members User Profile
Same as login URL above, but for user profile.
Change WP Logout URL to WP-Members Logout URL
Similar to the above settings, it changes the logout link WP generates with wp_logout_url() and replaces it with the WP-Members logout link.
Disable WP Password Changed Notification
In WP 4.3, an email notification was added that sends a message if the user’s password is changed. This is enabled even if the user changes their own password. This setting disables that email from going out at all.
Disable WP Email Changed Notification
Same as above but for change of email.
Disable WP New User Notification
If a user is created via the Users > Add New screen, an email notification is sent to the user and the admin. This setting disables that email.
Disable WP RSS Feeds
This setting disables the WP RSS feeds for the site.