Whenever you create users or customers in WordPress or WooCommerce, you need them to have at least two pieces of information: the username and the email. The username may in fact be the same as the email, but the WordPress email needs it for one simple reason, it needs to communicate with the user. For this very reason, by default, we also ask for the email when importing users or customers with our plugin to Import Users and Customers for WordPress and WooCommerce. However, in the real world, it is quite normal that you do not have the email addresses of all your users. With this plugin, you will be able to import users or customers without needing their email. The users will be created, with their username and usually with their password so they can log in and then either edit their WordPress profile or in "My account" in WooCommerce, the plugin will ask them to fill in their email. In this way, we solve a fairly common problem without losing sight of the subsequent need to have the users' email.
You probably already use the option to export the users and clients of our plugin. With this module, you will be able not only to export but also to schedule them. And not just one export task, but as many as you want with the parameters you need. The idea is simple, I need to create a daily export in a certain route of all customers, once a week to make an export of all users in another route as a backup or export every 15 minutes a list of students and then import them from another site to have synchronized lists of users and their accesses. You can create advanced solutions for synchronizing users between sites or reports of the same, without having to go exporting manually on the WordPress desktop, with tasks that run automatically. Create as many export tasks as you want to run automatically. Choose for each one of them: in which path the file should be generated, how often it should be executed, if an email should be sent or not when the task is finished, apart from the typical filters of any export with our plugin: roles, columns, user creation date, the delimiter to use, etc. Then manage the tasks and obtain data for each one of them.