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Buddypress Notifications Manager : My first plugin

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    Bowe
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    @bowromir

    Nice plugin! Kind of went under the radar! Why don’t you upload it to the WP Plugin repo?

    I have Group Forum options in the Notification Settings also. Will this plugin deal with that?

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    stwc
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    @stwc

    Thanks for this — a very good idea. Questions:

    Does setting various email notifications to disabled just a) set a default for all users or b) make it impossible for them to enable them? If (b), does it hide the option in the user-facing UI?

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    stwc
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    @stwc

    Never mind – I think I see the answer in the screenshot. But even fixing the network_admin_menu thing for 3.1, it doesn’t throw up the admin screen at all, so shrug.

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    Denise
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    @melete26

    Hi, I wasn’t able to access the link to download the plug-in. I hope it’s still around as this functionality would be very helpful! Is there a new link?

    I’m getting complaints that the default notification settings are very annoying to my users. Short of finding a way to change the default settings, I’d like to at least manually change them for my users before they have the chance to get annoyed with so many emails.

    Thanks for any updated info on the plug-in!

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    kelly
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    @linkkei

    Short of finding a way to change the default settings, I’d like to at least manually change them for my users before they have the chance to get annoyed with so many emails. http://www.linkkei.com

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    shackeelck
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    @shackeelck

    but the download link http://mydev.dz-tchat.com/buddypress-notifications-manager-bpnm.html is not available now !! Is there a new link ?
    Thanks in advance!

    Hey guys,

    This code works perfectly, just insert the code into your theme’s function.php file.

    http://www.mikevanwinkle.com/wordpress/wordpress-hack-turning-off-buddypress-notifications-by-default/

    Enjoy!

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