Advanced Options Tab
Adds a set of advanced options to the plugin settings. Handles common redirects, filters, and other commonly requested settings.
Allows files to be uploaded to a protected directory. Users must be logged in to download.
Email as Username
Allows email to be used as the username. This plugin alters all the necessary elements of the main plugin to remove username from registration and login, and also updates the username if the user changes their email address.
Invite codes can be single or multi-use, and can be required for registration or used just to track specific registrations.
The WP-Members Logged In Menus Extension automatically clones your theme’s menu locations to create an alternate menu for logged in state. This extension allows you to easily create different menus for users based on their login status, for any menu location in your theme.
This extension integrates MailChimp with your registration form. It installs like a plugin and adds a MailChimp tab to your WP-Members admin panel. You will need an API key from MailChimp.
The PayPal Subscription add-on will allow you to set an expiration date for users, give a separate free/paid trial subscription, and collect payment via PayPal.
Operates with Salesforce Web-to-Lead to add site registrations as leads in Salesforce.
This extension has capability for blocking registration based on a number of user defined blacklists – IP address, email address, and username. It also has settings to block concurrent logins, require strong passwords, and more.
Send Test Emails
This utility extension will add a tab to your WP-Members admin panel for Email Test. It will allow you to send yourself test versions of all the plugin’s emails so you can check them without going through the registration process.
Text String Editor
The Text String Editor provides a simple and easy way to set custom text for the plugin’s forms, form headings, buttons, custom error messages and more.
This module provides a configurable shortcode to create a user/member directory listing. Options include a search function, navigation, and how many users to display per page. There are filter hooks for both layout and including/excluding user data fields.
Track user activity for logged in users. There is a summary panel in available in the dashboard menu that will allow you to look at all activity, or all activity for a specific user. Under the user profile, there will be stats for the user’s last login, the last five pages visited, and a link to the user’s full stats.