October 6, 2012

How to Export WordPress Users Data to a CSV File

Recently, one of our users reached out to us asking how to export WordPress users data to a spreadsheet. We have done it in the past using a SQL query in phpMyAdmin. Instead of telling the user a long method, we decided to search for a plugin that would do it. Clearly, there is one that works. In this…

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