To administer members, navigate to Administration > Membership > Members:
Use the search options to find and order members:
At any time, you can export the list, as filtered, via the Export as CSV link in the header. When searching using the Search for... field, exact/best matches will be highlighted.
You can also use the checkboxes over the members' avatars to select one or more members to modify in bulk. When a selection is made, the Export as CSV option will only export the selected member, and Modify Members and Clear Selection options will appear in the header. Modify Members enables changing the membership status of or deleting members in bulk.
For other actions, locate the member you want to administer, select them, and then you can view the member's profile (by selecting View), edit the member (by selecting Edit) or delete the member (by selecting Delete).
When you bulk delete a member via selection in the members list or select a single member and click Delete, you can choose how to delete the member and their content:
For members that have valuable content, it is recommended to reassign it to the special "Former Member" account to preserve the content without unnecessarily attributing authorship benefits to another user. If the account is a duplicate or its important to designate authorship by another non-system member, select Reassign to and select the member to assign the deleted member's content to. If the member represents a SPAM account, you may want to delete all of their content and the Delete all of these members' content permanently option enables that.
When you've made your selection, click Delete to delete the member. The member's status will temporarily change to "Pending Deletion." The actual deletion will take place in a background job since content reassignment can take a significant amount of time. When the reassignment is complete, the member's account will be completely deleted.
Selecting a member from the members list and clicking Edit will open the administrative edit view of the member:
From here, the header provides the following actions:
The tabs represent the sets of information that can be reviewed or managed for this member:
If you do make changes to the member, be sure to click Save to commit them.