How to Retain WooCommerce User’s Password on Import
One of the most vulnerable data of a user is their password. It is very important to safeguard it while migrating from one store to another. WordPress User & WooCommerce Customers Import Export Plugin facilitates efficient import and export of users and their relevant data.
Let us have a look into how this plugin retains the user’s password on migration.
- Navigate to WebToffee Import Export (Pro), after installing and activating the plugin via Plugin Setup .
- Click on Import and follow the steps in How to import/export user data to get your site’s user data.
- Once you reach Step 4, the following window appears from which you can set Retain user passwords to “Yes” and import.
Note: This option is particularly used for users who have their passwords already encrypted in their CSV. In most cases, the passwords of users are encrypted on export from any site. Usually, the same exported file is used for importing users into another site. In those cases, the passwords will be in encrypted form in the CSV and so the users can choose the “Yes” option to import the user’s password so as to avoid duplicate encryption. However, there may be cases where a user is manually created in the CSV and the same is used for the import. In those situations, the passwords can be imported in encrypted form by choosing the “No” option for additional security.
In both the cases of automatic and manually created CSV, the plugin efficiently handles the user password with utmost security on import.
Please refer here to know more about the plugin.