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  1. Hi ,

    Many wpforms users like me would like to see a frontend user dashboard add-on for easy control over the information user’s profile,the dashboard also enables a quick and single page view to all the details of user profile with out the need to go wordpress backend.


  2. I guess I have a different definition of User Registration. This function has no ability to restrict users access. This form also doesn’t seem to integrate with any of the Membership based plugins either. I was hoping to not have a membership plugin, since I use no functionality of a membership plugin except to restrict page access. I will keep my fingers crossed that this functionality is coming.

    1. Hi David,

      I apologize for the confusion! At the moment, the user registration addon doesn’t have this type functionality (it’s main purpose is to allow users to register and create an account on your site) but I’ve made a note on our feature request list so we can keep it on our radar! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

  3. Form Locker addon. is available only for paid service , its not for free . can you please suggest any plugin form that restrict only logged in users .

    1. Hi Sai, thanks for the question!
      Currently, there are no built-in options to display the order/payment details on the Confirmation page. Also, it is out of our support scope to help with the custom code to display only one latest form entry on the frontend. It could fail when 2 users will submit a form at the same time and they will see the wrong entry made by another user.
      When a user makes a payment through your form, we receive all the payment details and save them to the form entry. However, this information is only available to the site admin.
      As an alternative option, you can set up an automatic email receipt sent to the users from your Stripe or PayPal account with all the payment details.
      I apologie for any inconvenience!
      Have a good one 🙂

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