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I'd try this with two steps. First, install the Multisite User Plugin or grab the useful bits from its code. Short version: It hooks into user_register and loops through each blog in a multisite, adding the user to each one with a preset role. Handy. Second, use wp-cli to import a CSV of users: wp user import-csv /path/to/users.csv By default, this will ...
If you look at the source code of the 'Add New Site' page, you can see that WordPress does not provide a hook for this purpose. Of course, it would be possible to add a hook yourself, but it is generally bad practice to edit the WordPress core. However, once submitted and all information is present, the page calls the function wpmu_create_blog(). In this ...
The wp_new_user_notification function is pluggable, so you can override it by defining your own. You should be able to copy the entire function from wp-includes/pluggable.php into your plugin (or functions.php) and remove the line that sends out the email.
Actually it depends how you create the new user. If you do it from administration - Users - Add New you are right. In 4.3 unfortunatelly you cannot disable sending the notification email. But if you really want to create a new user without the email, there is a way. You can create a small plugin where you'd create a new account by yourself via ...
While looking for a multi step registration form, i came across Stride (a multi step profilepress registration form) on Google http://profilepress.net/downloads/stride-wordpress-multi-step-registration-form/ Note: its free albeit depends on a premium plugin called ProfilePress which cost $39. Totally worth the money IMO.
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