How to Add a Private Messaging System in WordPress


How to Add Private Messaging System in WordPress
Dana Cooper

In today’s article, I will tell you how to do it without any coding knowledge. By doing so, you will be able to message your writers individually and privately. So it becomes absolutely easy to tell your writers about the topics you want them to write, share media files and have extensive discussions on any matter directly from the front-end of your WordPress site.

How to Add a Private Messaging System in WordPress
Brandi Flores

Creating your own fields in the user profile and the ability to specify which profile fields are available to other users with WordPress themes. The conclusion is the registration form and authorization on a separate page, and the pop-up window. There is the ability to specify their fields in the registration form. It can be single-line and multi-line text boxes, combo boxes, radio buttons and checkboxes. Fields can be either mandatory or optional in WordPress themes.

How to Add a Private Messaging System in WordPress
Karla Simmons

Do you want to have a private messaging system for your users in WordPress? From a multi-author blog to a question and answer site it can be helpful to send private messages. In this video, we will show you how to add a private messaging system in WordPress.

How to Create a Private Message System in WordPress
Stacey Miller

One thing you need to consider before adding this is how often your staff members will actually check their messages. For example, if your staff members do not check often enough they will miss questions from regular visitors. It is a bummer for visitors who take the time to send a private message to staff members and do not receive a single reply. It looks even worse when that reply is a month later.

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