How to Create a WordPress User Update Form with Fluent Forms
The user profile editing option for any form is a fantastic feature of Fluent Forms. You can make the WordPress User Update process super easy by creating a user update form using Fluent Forms. Users will be able to update their information on a sophisticated form.
This article will show you how to create a User Update form.
Please note that, user update will only run, if the user is logged in.
- First, go to the Integration Modules from Fluent Forms Pro (WordPress admin panel sidebar) and turn on the User Registration or Update Module, as shown in the screenshot below –
- Now, move on to the particular form settings’ Marketing & CRM Integrations section.
- Click on Add New Integration and select User Registration or Update Integration from the dropdown.
- Name the feed and select the User Update fields from the dropdown.
- Configure the fields and map them to the User Update list’s corresponding rows.
- Once the user update integration is accomplished, the username will always be fixed.
- You can also set the User Meta on this setting.
User Meta Key is the form field’s name attribute!
- In the first column, type your user meta, and in the second column, select its corresponding value by the down arrow icon.
- Enable Conditional Logic if required. Learn more about Fluent Forms Conditional logic here.
You can trigger both feed simultaneously in a single form to do both User Registration and User Update
- The update must be performed from a login state if you use both user registration and update feed on the same form.
- If user registration and update feed are used in the same form & the form is submitted from a non-logged-in state, then user registration will be triggered first, and the update feed will be skipped.
To learn more about User Registration, you can follow the link.