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Allow members to post listings

  • Avatar of dang621
    dang621
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    @dang621

    Hi everyone,

    I’m pretty new to BuddyPress and I’ve searched high and low for a solution but can’t seem to find one. Perhaps I’m not searching for the right terms but I’ve exhausted my Google-Fu.

    I’m looking for a plugin of some sort that will allow members of my BuddyPress site to post listings. Similar to classified listings but instead of buying/selling items, members will be looking for activity partners. For example, a member can post an ad stating that they’ve started a football team and are looking for one more member or they can post an ad to look for a football team to join. This will span across various activities, sports etc.

    I’ve thought of downloading a job board or marketplace type plugin and somehow customizing that to my needs but they all seem to either be out-of-date or aren’t very easy to hack.

    Anything out there that you guys can suggest?

    Thanks a bunch!

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  • Avatar of BeyondPrograms
    BeyondPrograms
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    @beyondprograms

    Actually, this is exactly what BePro Listings does. Its a wordpress classifieds listings plugin which works with buddypress. Members can create and manage listings from their buddypress profile and their creations show up in the activity feed.

    You can setup google maps, cost, and several other features 100% for free. beprosoftware.com/products/bepro-listings
    [deleted extra link- no ads please. mercime]

    You are right about job board or marketplace type plugin’s being out of date and complicated to hack. BePro Listings is constantly being updated and has a plethora of wordpress hooks and filters for expansions. In fact, that’s how the plugins/addons all work together, because BePro Listings is so extendable. Its built to fit into any wordpress theme

    Regards
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    BePro Software Team

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