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Manage Multiple Passwords

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The Password Protected WordPress Plugin Pro has a feature that lets you efficiently manage and monitor all the passwords you use to protect your site’s content. 

You can see all the details of each password, such as how many times it can be used, when it expires, and whether it is activated or deactivated. You can also take actions to edit, delete, or deactivate any password. This feature helps you keep your site secure and control your content access.

How to Access The Manage Password Page:

You need the Password Protected WordPress Plugin Pro version to unlock this functionality. If you have installed and activated Password Protected Pro Plugin in your WordPress site, follow these steps:

  • Go to the WordPress admin dashboard.
  • Click on the Password Protected plugin.
  • Navigate to the Manage Password sub-tab after clicking the Multiple Passwords from the top tab.

How to Add a New Password:

The Add New Password screen allows you to create a new password to protect your WordPress site. 

Users can access this screen by clicking the Add New Password button on the Manage Passwords table. On this screen, users can enter the following information for the new password.

Manage Password Table: 

The Manage Passwords table provides users with a comprehensive overview of all passwords used for password protection on their WordPress site. This table displays essential information for each password, allowing for efficient management.

Select All: Users can select multiple passwords to perform bulk actions.

Password: This column shows the actual passwords generated for password protection.

Uses Remaining: Users can see how many uses remain for each password.

Expiry: The expiry date of each password is displayed, helping users track when a password will no longer be valid.

Status: Passwords are marked with statuses such as “Activate,” “Deactivate,” or “Expired,” making it clear which passwords are currently active.

Actions: In this column, users can perform various actions for each password, including deactivating an active password, editing, or deleting a specific password.

Bypass URL: If a password has an associated bypass URL, it is displayed here for reference.

The Manage All Passwords for Your Site offers a centralized and efficient solution for managing all aspects of password protection, enhancing your site’s security, and streamlining content access control.

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