django-authtools provides a couple of Admin classes. The default one is
NamedUserAdmin, which provides an admin similar to
django.contrib.auth. If you are not using the
AbstractNamedUser, you might want the
If you are using your own user model, authtools won’t register an Admin class to
avoid problems. If you define
REQUIRED_FIELDS on your custom model, authtools
will add those to the first fieldset.
This is the default Admin that is used if you use
AUTH_USER_MODEL. Provides an admin for the default
authtools.models.Usermodel. It includes the default Permissions and Important Date sections.
Provides a generic admin class for any User model. It behaves as similarly to the built-in UserAdmin class as possible.
Provides a simpler view on the UserAdmin, it doesn’t include the Permission filters or the Important Dates section.
Same as StrippedUserAdmin, but for a User model that has a