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When more than one person is maintaining your blog, you should give everyone their own credentials by adding them as users.

This will let you manage and track their contributions efficiently.

To add a user, roll over "Users" to the left and select "Add New." Type in the person's information and then give them a password.

Check the box below if you'd like to send the new user an email with their new password.

Finally, choose a role for your user.

A subscriber can only manage their own profile and has no access to any of WordPress' backend.

Typically these accounts are created for people who comment on your blog.

An administrator has access to all admin features and is the only role who can add new users.

Editors can write, manage and publish posts and pages by all users; authors can write, manage and publish their own posts; and contributors can write and manage their own posts but not publish them.

Click "Add New User" when you're done.

BlogWeb log; a website where individuals or groups of people share information on a regular basis.PasswordThe letters, numbers and symbols used to gain access to an account on certain websites and mobile applications; an ideal password is eight characters in length and contains letters, numbers and symbols.EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.Account1. A record of a user in an application; 2. the highest level of management in AdWords where an advertiser controls their administrative settings to be applied to every level below.CommentA remark on, or response to, a piece of content online. AdminAdministrator; a user that has full control over the features and functions of an application and the users within.PostAn entry published on a blog, microblog, forum, or social networking site.ContributorA user that can add and edit content in a Web application or website.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.WordPress2981Give Users Their Own Credentials
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