How to Add User Role Label Next to Comments in WordPress


How to Add User Role Label Next to Comments in WordPress
Johanna Colon

One of our readers asked if it was possible to highlight user role next to each comment in WordPress? Displaying user role label gives weight to comments made by registered users on your website specifically authors, editors, and admins. In this article, we will show you how to easily add user role label next to comments in WordPress.

How to Add User Role Label Next to Comments in WordPress
Stefania Deaton

It is possible to highlight user role next to each comment in WordPress? Displaying user role label gives weight to comments made by registered users on your website specifically authors, editors, and admins. In this article, we will show you how to easily add user role label next to comments in WordPress.

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Josephine Harrison

Blog post comments are a fantastic way to interact with your readers. But your comments and those of your editorial team can be given additional weight by identifying as “official” responses from your website. One way to do this is to label those comments with the WordPress user role – “Admin”, “Editor”, “Author” and so on.

Adding User Role Label Next to Comments in WordPress
Mable Jordan

Editor→ This role is responsible for managing and creating the website content. Editors have the authority to create, delete, and edit the content with their own content as well as others content too. Their like head for the Contributor, Author, and Subscriber. The editors don’t have the authority to add, edit or delete the general WordPress settings, plugins, and widgets and they don’t have to capability to add or delete any users.

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