WordPress Multisite User Sync/Unsync

Sync/unsync users from one site (blog) to the other sites (blogs) in your WordPress Multisite Network.

WordPress Multisite User Sync/Unsync plugin can sync/unsync users from one site (blog) to the other sites (blogs) in your WordPress Multisite Network.


  • Sync/Unsync individual user.
  • Sync/Unsync to single site.
  • Sync/Unsync to multiple site.
  • Sync/Unsync to all site.

PRO Features

  • Sync automatically user in WordPress Multisite Network sites when user add/update/register.
  • User Sync Type options: ‘Auto Sync’ and ‘Manual Sync’.
  • Auto User Sync Type options: ‘All sites’, ‘Main site to sub sites’ and ‘Sub site to main site’.
  • Auto Unsync option: Enable/Disable auto unsync when user delete.
  • Bulk sync/unsync users.
  • Individual sync/unsync user.
  • Frontend register user will automatically sync.
  • Sync/Unsync user to single site.
  • Sync/Unsync user to multiple site.
  • Also, support WooCommerce customers.

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Others WordPress Multisite Network Sites Plugins

WordPress API Based Sync Plugins (WordPress Single Separate Sites)


  • User Roles: Select user roles you want to give individual sync/unsync access.


Individual Sync/Unsync: You can sync/unsync individual users from one site to the other sites. Please follow the below steps.

  • Edit any user.
  • You will see ‘WordPress Multisite User Sync/Unsync’ section.
  • Select destination sites you want sync/unsync.
  • Click on ‘Sync/Unsync’ button.

This plugin only works with WordPress Multisite, will not work in a single site, and must be network activated.

  • Multi-domains. For example: example.site1, example.site2
  • Sub-domains. For example: site1.example.com, site2.example.com
  • Sub-directories. For example: example.com/site1, example.com/site2

WordPress Multisite Network Dashboard

  1. Go to ‘Network Admin’ -> ‘Plugins’ -> ‘Add New’.
  2. Click on ‘Upload Plugin’.
  3. Upload plugin zip.
  4. Activate plugin.


  1. Unzip plugin zip.
  2. Upload the unzip plugin folder to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…).
  3. Go to ‘Network Admin’ -> ‘Plugins’.
  4. Activate plugin.


  • Maintenance release.


  • Maintenance release.


  • Initial release.
  1. Individual sync/unsync user.

    Individual sync/unsync user.

  2. Settings.