Changing wording on logged-in screen

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    Nadja von Massow

    Where can I change the wording for the default message once the user has logged in? Telling them “You are already logged in. Log out?” isn’t exactly the greeting I want users to get.
    Is this a WordPress default message?



    Currently, we don’t have option to customize this message. We will provide a filter to override this specific message in the next version update. Please stay updated!

    However, you can create your own greeting page, with gretting message and contents, and redirect the user to your greeting page if user is logged in. With shortcode [user_registration_login redirect_url="gretting-page" ] where, greeting-page is a gretting page slug. You may want the greeting page to appear to only logged in user, so proceed accordingly.

    Hope this helps!

    WPEverest Suppot

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