If you’re working as a team, you can assign other users a role—that is, access with varying rights, depending on what you want them to do.
Either assign the other users a role from within the ‘Users’ area, or allow them to sign up by providing a signup box using the ‘Meta’ sidebar widget. (The default new-user role can be set in the ‘General Settings’ area; you can alter the individual user’s role once they have signed up.)
Different WordPress roles are:
Administrator: The person who has access to all the administration features (you).
Editor: A user who can publish and manage posts and pages, as well as manage other users’ posts.
Author: A user who can publish and manage their own posts.
Contributor: A user who can write and manage their posts, but not actually make them live (someone with editor rights can do this).
Subscriber: A user who can only manage their profile.
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