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=== Multisite User Management ===
Contributors: thenbrent
Tags: multisite, buddypress, users, roles, multiuser
Requires at least: 3.0
Tested up to: 3.1
Stable tag: 0.7

Make WordPress add users to each site in your WordPress network.

== Description ==

Running a WordPress network? You no longer need to manually add new users to each of your sites.

With this plugin, users are assigned a default role for each of your sites. You determine the default role for each site under the **Multisite User Management** section of the *Super Admin | Options* page.

You can assign different roles for each site or keep a site private by assigning no role.

== Installation ==

1. Upload the entire `/multisite-user-management/` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory.
1. Activate the plugin.
1. Navigate to the **Multisite User Management** section of the *Super Admin | Options* page. 
1. Set default roles for each of your sites.

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

= Does the plugin require a multisite installation? =

Yes, WordPress takes care of the default role on non-multisite installations.

= Why aren't all my sites listed on the options page? =

Any sites archived or deleted will not appear. All others sites will appear. 

= Does this plugin assign the default role to existing users? =

Yes, existing users will receive the default role. If you change the default role, all of your users with the old default role will receive the new default role.

= Will these roles be allocated to new users registering with a new site? =

Yes, users registering with a site will receive all the existing default roles. 

The new site will not have a default role until it is manually set. Once set, all existing users will receive that role for the new site.

= Where can I make feature requests, get support & report bugs? =

Add a new topic on the [WordPress Support Forum](http://wordpress.org/tags/multisite-user-management).

== Screenshots ==

1. **Super Admin Options** - Super admins can choose the default role for each site.

== Changelog ==

= 0.7 =
* Can now assign roles for mature sites and sites with search engines blocked.
* No longer using deprecated get_blog_list function

= 0.6 =
* Role now added for dashboard site as 3.1 assigns no role for any site
* bbPress registration now supported.
* New tags, including BuddyPress.

= 0.5 =
* Roles now assigned on login. Plugin can now live in the wp-content/plugins directory. 

= 0.4 =
* Fixed bug: original site did not restore when old role was the same as new role.

= 0.3 =
* Fixed bug found when updating WPMU options page with no MSUM set.

= 0.2 =
* Default roles now assigned to existing users
* New users registering with a blog are now assigned default roles for existing sites
* Fixed bugs affecting dashboad default role and activation when some sites had no default role

= 0.1 =
* Initial release.

== Upgrade Notice ==

= 0.7 =
Optional Upgrade: you only need to upgrade if you want to assign a role for a blog marked mature or with search engines blocked.

= 0.6 =
Important upgrade for WordPress 3.1. You can now assign a role for the dashboard site. 

= 0.5 =
Important upgrade. You can now install MSUM in the default wp-content/plugins folder. This makes it easier to install and keep track of updates.

= 0.4 =
Upgrade to fix bug found when saving options page without changing roles.

= 0.3 =
Important upgrade to fix bug found when saving options page with no multisite user management option.
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