14 Most Used WordPress Profile Plugins

  • Disqus Comment System

    The Disqus comment system replaces your WordPress comment system with your comments hosted and powered by Disqus.

  • Members

    The most powerful user, role, and capability management plugin for WordPress.

  • Social Media Feather - lightweight social media sharing and follow buttons

    Super lightweight, simple, nice, modern looking and effective social media sharing and following buttons and icons on your site quick and easy

  • Simple Local Avatars

    Adds an avatar upload field to user profiles. Generates requested sizes on demand just like Gravatar!

  • YouTube Embed

    A simple to use method of embedding YouTube videos into your posts and pages but with powerful features for those that need them.

  • User Avatar

    Provides a thumbnail area in Your Profile, for users to upload & crop new images in an overlay to be saved and stored to their profile.

  • Cimy User Extra Fields

    Add some useful fields to registration and user's info

  • Ultimate Member

    The easiest way to create powerful online communities and beautiful user profiles with WordPress

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  • Slim Jetpack

    Slim version of Jetpack unlinked from WordPress.com :) Supercharge your self-hosted wp site even you're NOT WP.COM users.

  • BP Profile Search

    Let visitors search your BuddyPress Members Directory and their Friends list.

  • Comments Evolved for WordPress

    Comments Evolved ( formerly Google+ Comments for WordPress ) makes the comment section tabbed seamlessly adding tabs for Comments & More

  • Simple Membership

    Simple membership plugin adds membership functionality to your site. Protect members only content using content protection easily.

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  • WP User Frontend

    Create, update, delete posts and edit profile directly from the WordPress frontend.

  • Easy Author Image

    Adds an author image uploader to your profile page. Upload an author image right from your profile page with the click of a button.

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