Source View: wp_user_dashboard_setup

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83            */
84           $dashboard_widgets = apply_filters( 'wp_network_dashboard_widgets', array() );
85      } elseif ( is_user_admin() ) {
86
87           /**
88            * Fires after core widgets for the User Admin dashboard have been registered.
89            *
90            * @since 3.1.0
91            */
92           do_action( 'wp_user_dashboard_setup' );
93
94           /**
95            * Filters the list of widgets to load for the User Admin dashboard.
96            *
97            * @since 3.1.0
98            *
99            * @param string[] $dashboard_widgets An array of dashboard widget IDs.
100            */
101           $dashboard_widgets = apply_filters( 'wp_user_dashboard_widgets', array() );