How to Access the WordPress Admin Panel in WordPress 4.7

The WordPress admin panel is one of the most important parts of WordPress. Not only does it provide you with all of the management features of the platform, but it also gives you the power to connect and engage with your audience through content.

While it’s always nice to have more control over your content, if you’re looking for a way to make your life easier, you can download and install the WordPress Multi-User Framework 4.7 (MUF4.7).

With this plugin activated, you will be able to access the WordPress admin panel from any user account, regardless of whether you’re logged in or not. This is useful if you’re a site owner and need to make some quick tweaks or changes to your site without having to logout first.

How to Access the WordPress Admin Panel in WordPress 4.7

To get to the WordPress admin panel in MUF4.7, simply go to Tools in the WordPress dashboard and click MUF Access. A menu will drop down with three options: Single User, Organic Groups, and Multi-User. Select Multi-User to activate the WordPress admin panel for all user accounts on your site.

You can now click Login at the top right of the WordPress admin panel to log in, or if you’re already logged in, you can click Admin at the top right to access the dashboard.

What’s New in WordPress 4.7

WordPress 4.7 is now available and packed with new features and enhancements! There have been a lot of changes in this version, so let’s take a quick look at the highlights.

  • The ability to add media galleries to your posts and pages using Gutenberg. (Gutenberg) is the default WordPress content editing interface that’s been newly integrated into this version of WordPress.
  • The ability for visitors to request more content from your website using a new feature called Request More. (Request More) is basically a button that appears at the end of each piece of content on your site. When a reader clicks on it, they will see a small pop-up asking them if they’d like more content like this or if they’d like to see more articles.
  • The ability to export all of the content from your WordPress site to HTML, Markdown, or Textile documents using a brand new feature called Export. (Export) allows you to choose exactly what content you want to export and gives you the option to export in either a single file or multiple files. You can check out the WordPress documentation here.
  • The ability to import all of the exported content from HTML, Markdown, or Textile documents back into your WordPress site using a new feature called Import. (Import) allows you to choose what content you want to import and gives you the option to import either from a single file or multiple files. You can check out the WordPress documentation here.

What’s Next?

Now that you have the WordPress admin panel fully accessible from any account on your site, you can begin making changes and experimenting with new ideas. You don’t need to worry about whether or not you’re logged in when you make changes or create new content and pages because the admin panel remembers your credentials. As long as you’re logged in, you will always be able to access your WordPress dashboard and make changes to the platform as you see fit.

So what features are you looking forward to experimenting with most?