Display of WordPress User fields

WordPress includes built-in user management, and each user has a set of default fields. Advanced Views can display these user fields, just like ACF fields attached to users.

Editor (built-in)

Used to manage field values in the admin area.

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Template (by Advanced Views)

Used to configure display of the field values on front.

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After assigning target fields to the template, the plugin automatically generates markup for them and a unique shortcode. You can specify labels and customize the generated Twig template to create a specific layout.

To display the field values, simply paste the generated shortcode in the desired location. The plugin will automatically retrieve the current values and render the template.

Front look (by Advanced Views)

The output below is styled as rows and includes labels for demonstration purposes. You can customize the markup as needed and combine fields from different groups.

First Name


Last Name


Display Name

Maxim Akimov


Lead developer of the Advanced Views plugin

In the Pro version, in addition to displaying values from meta fields, you can also create   custom Gutenberg blocks.

By default, a View with user fields displays the information of the current user. You can also configure the shortcode to display information from a specific user.