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Diese Seite zeigt eine Liste der Benutzer mit persönlichen Informationen über jeden einzelnen.

How to access

Home Dashboard  Site  Users

To add a User:

  • click the New toolbar button

To edit a User:

  • select a Name from the list



Column Headers

In the table containing the users from your Joomla! site, you will see different columns. Here you can read what they mean and what is displayed in that column. You can sort the results by clicking on the title of a header.

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  • Add a Note. Create a Note for the user.
  • Display x note(s). Show the Note(s) for the user.
  • Name. The full name of the user.
  • Username. The name the user will log in as.
  • Enabled. Whether or not the user is enabled.
  • Activated. Whether or not the user is activated. Normally when a user registers from the front end, some type of activation is required. This is controlled by the New User Account Activation parameter in the Users Configuration → Component screen. See Users Options - Component Settings for more information.
  • User Groups. The list of groups that the user belongs to. Note that a user may belong to more than one group.

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  • Registration Date. The date the user was registered.

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List Filters

The list filters are shown in the Screenshot above.

Filter by Partial User Name

  • Search Users. Enter part of the user's name and press the Search icon to find matching names. Press Clear to clear the search field and restore the list of users.

Filter by User State, Active State, Group, Last Visit Date or Registration Date

  • State. Select the desired state (Enabled or Disabled) to limit the list based on state. Select "- State -" to list Enabled and Disabled users.
  • Active State. Select "Activated" to list only users that have been Activated. Select "Unactivated" to select only users who have not yet been activated. Select "- Active State -" to select both type of users.
  • Group. Select a group from the list box to list only users who are members of that group. Select "- Group -" to select users regardless of group.
  • Last Vist Date. Select time frame from a list to show only users who visited in a selected time frame. Select "- Last Vist Date -" to select users regardless of last visited date.
  • Registration Date. Select time frame from a list to show only users who registered in a selected time frame. Select "- Registration Date -" to select users regardless of registration date.




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Batch Process

The Batch Process allows a change in settings for a group of selected users. To use: click on the Batch button found on top of the table of users being viewed to activate the drop down field area.


How to Batch Process a group of users:

  1. Select one or more users on the list by selecting the desired checkbox(es).
  1. Set one or more of the following values:
    • To change the User Group, select the desired new User Group from the User Group list box.
    • Choose Add To Group, Delete From Group or Set To Group to do the desired action.
    • Decide if a Password Reset is wanted.
  1. When all of the settings are entered, click on Process to perform the changes. A message "Batch process completed successfully." will show.

Note that nothing will happen if you don't have any users selected.

If you wish to clear your entered selections, click on the Clear button. This will return all of the Batch controls to their default values. Note that this does not uncheck the check boxes for the users.

Quick Tips

  • Click on the name of a user to edit the user's properties.
  • Click on the icon in the Enabled column to toggle between Enabled and Disabled status.
  • Click on the Column Headers to sort the users by that column, ascending or descending.

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