Update User Credit Balances

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In this tutorial, we dig deep into managing user credit balances using the FastCredit Pro plugin. Whether you’re looking to award credits for actions or simply keep track of user balances, this tutorial is your go-to guide. We’ll cover everything from bulk updates to individual adjustments—so let’s dive in!


Part 1: Updating Credit Balances in Bulk

In this section, we’ll cover how you can update the credit balances for multiple users at once, directly from the Users page on your WordPress dashboard.

Steps:

  1. Navigate to the Users Page: Log into your WordPress admin panel and go to the Users page.
  2. Locate the Credit Balance Column: Once on the Users page, you’ll see a column labeled ‘Credit Balance.’
  3. Enter New Credit Values: Here, you can input the number of credits you wish to add or adjust for each user. For example, input 100 credits for User A, 10 credits for User B, and so on.
  4. Apply Changes: Once you’ve input the credit amounts, head over to the ‘Credit Update’ button and click on it.
  5. Confirm Update: After clicking, you’ll notice that the page refreshes, and the new credit balances are reflected next to each respective user.

Note: If a user doesn’t have any credits, the plugin won’t alter it. Similarly, if there’s a pre-existing credit balance, it will remain unless you update it.


Part 2: Editing Individual User Credit Balances

This section will guide you through the process of updating credit balances for individual users.

Steps:

  1. Select a User: On the Users page, locate the user whose credit balance you’d like to update and click on ‘Edit.’
  2. Find the Credit Balance Field: Scroll down until you find a field labeled ‘Total Credits.’
  3. Edit the Value: Adjust the credit amount as needed.
  4. Save Changes: Once you’ve made the adjustments, save the changes by updating the user profile.
  5. Verify Update: After saving, confirm that the updated credit balance reflects on the Users page next to the user’s name.

Conclusion

There you have it—a complete guide on how to manage user credit balances using FastCredit Pro. These are the primary methods for updating credit balances within the WordPress dashboard, and they should give you the flexibility you need to manage your users effectively.

Additionally, if you’re interested in leveraging the API for updates or even updating credit balances from a Google Sheet, we have separate tutorials for that—just let us know if you’d like to learn more.

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