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Create an Elementor Form and use it to edit existing users, replete with username, email, and of course, password edit options. Select Frontend User Editing as an Action After Submit in your form, select the User ID you want to modify with the form or use a Dynamic Tag to set it to be the Current User.
Select what User Data you want to be able to modify through the form with the respective field settings, and map each field to the correct fields in the Elementor Form. That’s all we need to do to make frontend user editing a reality.
You may want to use this powerful feature, for example, to create a section within a frontend admin dashboard where your admins will be able to modify users whenever necessary.