I am using multisite (MSM) and i want to show user listing for different site for admin. How can admin see the users list according to site.

For eg: -

I am having 5 sites (named as Site-A, Site-B, Site-C, site-D and Site-E) and i have created new member group for each site from admin CMS (Members->Member Groups->Create a Member Group) as below:

Member Group Name for Site-A is user-A and

Member Group Name for Site-B is user-B and

Member Group Name for Site-C is user-C and

Member Group Name for Site-D is user-D and

Member Group Name for Site-E is user-E.

i have implemented login/registration functionality for each site.

Now Users can register from the above sites.

But in admin CMS, It is showing all users for all site on a page (Members->View Members).

Here how can i know the user comes from which site ?

Please give me a solution.

1 Answer 1


If you have created separate member groups for each site then can you not simply use the filter dropdowns to show each group and see which members are in it?

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If you are using different registration forms for each site then you could create a hidden field containing the site name and have that info stored in a custom profile field. Then it won't matter if the user activates the account or not.

  • but initially Member Group type is "Pending" then how can i know ?
    – amit jain
    Aug 7, 2014 at 9:06
  • Well at that point they aren't actually members since they haven't validated their account. But I'll update my answer with a possible solution for any new members. You won't be able to tell where historic members came from.
    – foamcow
    Aug 7, 2014 at 9:10
  • then what is the solution for this ? any idea?
    – amit jain
    Aug 7, 2014 at 9:14
  • means when more users registered them from different sites then from admin CMS, how can admin know which user comes from which site ? Because initially they all (who have registered themselves from different sites) are in pending states ? Any idea? or any other solution ?
    – amit jain
    Aug 7, 2014 at 9:17
  • Please see my updated answer.
    – foamcow
    Aug 7, 2014 at 9:40

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