How to Get Logged-in User’s Info in WordPress for Personalized Results


How to Get Logged-in User’s Info in WordPress for Personalized Results
Lesha Dubose

Recently we showed you how to create a personalized experience for your users byallowing them save their favorite posts in a personalized library. You can take personalized results to another level by using their first name at places (i.e the welcome screen). Luckily, WordPress makes it really easy to get the logged-in user’s information. In this article we will show you how to retrieve information pertaining to the currently logged in user.

How to Get Logged-in User’s Info in WordPress for Personalized Results
Inez Ross

Recently we showed you how to create a personalized experience for your users by allowing them save their favorite posts in a personalized library. You can take personalized results to another level by using their first name at places (i.e the welcome screen). Luckily, WordPress makes it really easy to get the logged-in user’s information. In this article we will show you how to retrieve information pertaining to the currently logged in user.

How to Track Logged-In Users in WordPress: 5 Plugins
Brinda Keegan

As I have mentioned a number of times in the past, I am not a big fan of allowing people to register for an account on my sites. It is just one less variable for me to have to worry about. Not everyone has that option though. Sometimes you have to let people join your community to take it to the next level and implement your strategy. As a webmaster, you should keep an eye on suspicious activity on your website by logged in users to catch rogue users before they do your site harm. These 5 plugins let you track logged in users easily:

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