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Login as User v3.2.0 released

A new version of Login as User has been released.

+ Added   ! Removed   ^ Changed   # Fixed

15-Dec-2017 : v3.2.0 # NEW FEATURE: Assign multiple Admins to specific User Groups. Choose the Admins who can use the LOGIN AS USER functionality for a specific User Group. Leave the field blank if you want to allow every Admin to log in as any user in this user group. [Many thanks to Gerry, for his suggestion] # The login as user plugin works properly in Joomla! 2.5.x but the above new feature is not working. # The core files from com_user have been replaced with the latest version of Joomla! 3.8.x series. # Minor bug fixes and many improvements. (view the full changelog)
Login as User

New Feature

A few days ago we’ve got a support ticket with a special request from one of our lovely subscribers, Gerry. He wanted to assign multiple Admins to specific User Groups only.

We agreed that this feature very useful, and the latest days we’ve focused on it, and it has been succesfully included in the latest version (v3.2.0) of the Login as User extension for Joomla! CMS.

How it works?

There is a new tab in the plugin settings, and you can choose the Admins who can use the LOGIN AS USER functionality for one or more User Group. You can leave the field blank if you want to allow every Admin to log in as any user in the same user group.

Screenshot

Assign multiple Admins to specific User Groups

Hope you found this new feature useful for your Joomla! website. Feel free to contact us anytime if you have any questions about the Login as User Joomla! component/plugin.

Thank you.

Regards,
Yiannis Christodoulou
Founder & Lead Web Developer, Web357

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