amr users

amr users | anmari


List, sort, filter almost any user data stored in the user meta. Use hooks and add-ons to extract user data stored in other tables and present it as though it were user meta.

Helps developers to analyse, slice and dice user data without coding a whole application.

Helps non-coders pull together various plugins and present member data cleanly for small to medium sites. NB See note about larger sites below. Has ability to include, exclude and sort user data generated by a variety of other plugins who may NOT be using wordpress user meta as they should, thus making it hard to query their data.


  • Highly configurable user listings by meta keys and values, as well as additional computed fields, comment count and post count.
  • User search, bulk actions like delete, configurable action links, display, inclusion, exclusion, sorting configuration and an option to export to CSV.
  • Make some lists public to use in a shortcode.
  • Add-ons and filters available for integration with other user data tables and for special requirements (subscribe2 integration, cimy extra fields interation, multi site, ym (your members) )
  • Cacheing is used to improve the response for large user sites. Cache can be updated on update of user records, or by cron job, or on manual request. Be aware that too frequent rebuilds of the cache may place a load on your system – choose carefully.
  • Pre-configured examples to get you started – you can add more or change these.
  • Export and import settings from other systems
  • Show any list in a widget.

More information:

Demo site (includes plus functions: user list demo

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Note 1:If you have a extremely high user volume with high updates, a custom written, lean, mean solution may be more appropriate than this general solution. That said, the plugin has cacheing of user data and wp transient cacheing of the html generated to minimise performance load of extracting data from multiple sources, particularly for those on small shared hosts. Set the cacheing side of the plugin up carefully considering your frequency of user updates OR rebuild the cache on request only.

Note 2: If you are thinking of using this to extract and report on S2member data, please read and be wary of using multi option fields. See also for other info.


After activation default lists are available.

  1. Create sample data for your users for any new fields
  2. Goto Settings, see ‘find fields’. Execute to find any extra user fields you may have (NB: sample data must exist in your install). If your fields are not found, you are probably using a third party plugin that does not store it’s data in the wordpress user meta. There are add-ons for these. See at
  3. Configure the default lists or add listings in the settings panel. Your newly found fields will be available when you configure the list. Do not add more lists than you need, unless you are manually cacheing them.
  4. For public lists, create a page or post, enter the shortcode in text [userlist list=n]. Note some minor css is added but can be switched off or set for user list pages only.

Later: Think care fully about the cacheing options – consider the number of users you have and volume of updates. If lists are admin only – they can be manually rebuilt as needed rather than updating all the time.

Before: Please check your system meets the following requirements:

  • PHP > 5.2
  • The filter extension is enabled by default as of PHP 5.2.0
  • The DateTime Class enabled (should be in php 5.2)

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