How to Create Login Redirects with LoginPress 

If your WordPress website has different kinds of users and visitors, you must be interested in redirecting them to the preferred pages after logging in.

LoginPress allows you to redirect users and visitors, i.e., customers or editors, to specific pages using Login Redirects. You can simply send one subscriber to its related page and one customer to another page following the redirection rule. All of the redirections are managed under one handy UX/UI.

This knowledgebase article will show you how to redirect users after successfully logging into the WordPress site.

Activate Login Redirects Add-on

Note: We assume you’ve already upgraded to LoginPress Pro and activated the License Key

First, go to the left side of the WordPress admin dashboard and navigate to LoginPress > Add-Ons. Next, you need to find the Login Redirects Add-on and Toggle On the button to activate the Login Redirects Add-on.

Activate Login Redirects

Set Up Login Redirects

You'll need to follow these steps to set up the Login Redirects Add-on.

Step 1: Go to Login Redirects

First, go to LoginPress on the left side of the admin dashboard and click on Settings

Settings

You can see the Login Redirects tab next to the Settings tab.

Note: All the Add-Ons will be added next to the Settings tab.

Login Redirects Tab

Here, under the Login Redirects tab, you’ll find two more tabs:

Login Redirects Tabs

  • Specific User:

You can search for the specific username in the Search Username field to apply redirects. 

Once you’ve selected the user, you can see the User ID, Username, Email, Login URL, and Logout URL.

There will be two more Action buttons at the end of each row; Update and Delete. The update button lets you update the links, and the Delete button lets you delete the redirect links for the specified users.

Specific User Tab

  • Specific Roles:

The Specific Roles tab lets you apply redirects for the users according to their specific roles on your site. 

You’ll need to search for the specific role in the Search Roles field to apply redirects. 

After selecting the specific role, you can see the User ID, Username, Email, Login URL, and Logout URL.

There will be two more Action buttons at the end of each row; Update and Delete. The update button lets you update the links, and the Delete button lets you delete the redirect links for the specified users.

Specific Roles Tab

Step 2: Set Up Login Redirection

To set up custom login redirection, go to the LoginPress settings. You'll see the Login Redirect tab, where you can set the redirection options for the users. 

As you can see, Login Redirects is a very flexible Add-on that allows you to set redirection based on the user name or roles.

Specific Roles

Login Redirects for Specific Users

Redirecting specific users is very easy. Go to the Specific User tab and search for the user's name in the Search Username box. 

If the user exists, you’ll see their details, including their User ID, username, and registered email address. You get two fields labeled Login URL and Logout URL. You can set the URLs you want to redirect that user to at the login and log out.

Once you have set the URLs, go to the next column and choose the appropriate action (Update or Delete). 

Specific User Tab

Login Redirects According to User Roles

Redirecting users according to their assigned roles is very easy. Go to the Specific Roles tab and search for a role in the Search Roles box. 

Once you find the role, you can set the login and logout URLs. Remember to save the settings to save the URL changes. 

Search Roles

That's all! Here we demonstrated how you could redirect users upon login. The LoginPress Login Redirects Add-on simplifies the process and allows you to set up a login and log-out redirection for specific users or entire user roles. 

Now it’s your turn! Try out the LoginPress Login Redirects Add-on, and let us know how much it helped you!

If you have any doubts or questions related to this matter, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team.

Check our complete guide on Hide Login Addon that will help you to hide/rename your login page URL to secure your page from Brute force attacks.

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Updated on October 20, 2022

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