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Is there a way to add super admins to ALL sites without having to add them to each site individually? My group of super admins needs access to all sites.

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Super admins do have access to all sites, but they don't show up in "My Sites" by default, which I imagine is where you're looking. They'll want to go to the network admin (/wp-admin/network/, then go to all sites from there, then find the site they want to edit and click "Dashboard" (which appears on hover).

I like to think of "My Sites" almost as favorites, and only add myself to a site when I'll be accessing it frequently, as it reduces the list I have to pick through.

Does that make sense and clear up your question?

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Or For adding your sites on "My Sites" if you've missed them, then you can add them by go to Network Admin > Dashboard > All Sites > Edit Your Desired Site > Users (Tab) > Add Existing User > Add your desired existing username and role it as "Admin"

Regards.

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  • I hate when important UI is below the fold.
    – JJS
    Sep 30, 2020 at 20:12
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I manage multisites with 50+ subsites.

I have multiple super admins and editors.

I installed and activated this plugin:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-multisite-user-sync/

Went to a user at the network level, clicked the Sync All box, all subsites instantly became automatically checked in a list.

When I saved the user and went back to Users the user had access to all subsites.

I love it when something (esp. plugins) do what they say they will do OOTB.

Chris

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