Yes, of course!
How do Private Folders/Dynamic folder work?
To use the Private Folders feature, add a single plugin module to e.g. your client portal page and enable this on the Dynamic Folders tab of the module configuration.
There are two ways you can use the 'Private Folders' feature:
- Manually link users to a folder.In this mode, you manually link your users to an existing folder in your cloud account. You simply link your existing users from the [Link Private Folders] menu in your admin dashboard. A user can only be linked to a single folder, so all shortcodes using Private Folders in manual mode will link to that folder.
- Automatically create user folders. You can also let the plugin automatically create the user folders for you. The plugin will create the user folders in the root folder you selected in the Shortcode Builder. To control the behavior of the user folders, look at the 'Private Folders' tab on the plugin settings page.
The advantage of this method is that you don't have to manage the folders manually. And you can even select a template folder to fill the user folder with some starting material.
Check the documentation of the plugin for more detailed instructions.
How to manage User Login/Registration/etc?
The plugin itself doesn't have any user management tools on board that you can use to allow your users to register/login/redirect to your site with the WP Cloud plugin or to password protect access to the plugin. The reason for this is that there are so many plugins available that are specifically designed to do this task. Therefore, you can use any available user management plugin to build the login flow you need. This allows that plugin to focus on its sole role instead of creating another user login plugin.
So you can use a user management plugin to restrict user access to (e.g.) the page with the plugin module. The documentation of the user management plugin will describe how to protect your page/section, and most of these plugins will then automatically show you a login box if the user isn't logged in. After login, the page will reload itself and the plugin module will appear.
You could look for a free user login/registration plugin like: https://wordpress.org/plugins/ultimate-member/ but there are many more free & premium plugins purely dedicated to user login/registration/profiles available. And perhaps you already have such a plugin in place?