How To Create Autologin Links for Your Membership Site On WordPress

Why Create AutoLogin Links For Your Membership Site On WordPress

When you build a membership site on WordPress, your users each receive a unique username and password. Every time they want to view protected content, they must log in using this info.

Logging into a website repeatedly to access content can get tedious. And there are some scenarios where it would be nice to have them automatically logged in to view the content.

That’s where creating an autologin link for your membership site on WordPress can come in handy.

Watch the video to find out how!

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  1. Rob Clarke on October 11, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    So this might be problematic if the user forwards the email on, right?

    • ambitionally on October 11, 2017 at 4:28 pm

      Yes! That’s also the case if you send people their username and password in an email too, which a lot of people do for their membership sites. There’s only so much you can control when it comes to people sharing their logins.

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