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---- Last modified : 7 July 2021

This tutorial will show you how to sort WordPress users by ID and DESC. Thanks to the pre_get_posts hook, it will allow us to custom a query for and posts types. The pre_get_posts can generate WordPress admin results; i.e. on the website’s front end.In this case, we will be using pre_get_users which is designed to return users.

In the example below, we’ll be looking to sort our WordPress users into a table. First off, we need a condition that indicates that if the user isn’t an Admin, do nothing.

Then we use two arguments: the orderby ID and the order DESC.
Voilà! Your users are now sorted at the top of the table with the newly created users first.

///////////////////////////// Admin users order by ID and DESC Pre Get Users //////////////////////////////
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
 
function sitebook_order_users_by_id( $query ) {
 
   //Check that we are in admin otherwise return
   if( !is_admin() ) {
      return;
   }
 
   // We are changing the query_vars to reorder
   $query->query_vars['orderby'] = 'ID';
   $query->query_vars['order']   = 'DESC';
 
   // We need to remember to return the altered query.
   return $query;
}
// Lets apply our function to hook.
add_action( 'pre_get_users', 'sitebook_order_users_by_id' );

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