WP-CRM Settings The Roles Tab

WP-CRM Settings: The Roles Tab

This tutorial will cover the options present under the ‘Roles’ Tab in WP-CRM Settings.


The Roles Table of WP-CRM settings contains the following options:

This table is mainly used to set user role settings. It comes with a set of predefined user roles that are displayed under the ‘Roles’ heading in the table.

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  • Administrator - Has all the capabilities granted to him.
  • Author- Has the capability to control editing, publishing and deleting posts.
  • Blocked- User is has no access
  • Contributor- Has the capability to read, edit posts and delete posts.
  • Editor- Has the capability to manage, moderate, publish, edit and delete.
  • Inactive- User can only read and change his password.
  • Key Master- Has the capability to administer, moderate, manage and delete.
  • Member- Has the capability to participate, edit and write.
  • Moderator- Has the capability to view users, view profiles, view messages, edit, moderate, delete and manage.
  • Subscriber

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Under the Hidden Attributes heading, if you observe carefully, you will see all the Data Table attributes you set for your users. You can choose any attributes you like for a particular user role. The Capabilities heading displays what degree of control every role has.

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