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Make Activity Feed Restrictions?

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    tduschei
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    @tduschei

    Is there any way that I can create activity feed restrictions? In other words, only logged in users can see the activity feeds of members activity feeds.

    There are some good plugins out there like BP Activity Privacy. But I need to make something compatible with BP Media.

    Thanks,
    -Tom

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    @bphelp

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    tduschei
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    @tduschei

    Sorry for late reply, been on vacation.

    Thank you for your response @bphelp ! I think this is what I needed.

    Only issue is that I am not having luck for the ‘unblocked pages’. I have the newest versions of WordPress and Buddypress. I am also using the 2011 WordPress Theme.

    Please let me know what other info you need for troubleshooting. I would love to see this work and I am sure it would help you too.

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    @tduschei
    By default the front page you set in dashboard/settings/reading is not blocked. To un-block a page with a url like this for example: http://your-site/sample-page/
    You would go to dashboard/settings/privatecommunitybp and in one of the unblocked page fields you would only need to enter: sample-page because it already gets the rest of the url dynamically. Make sure to save it at the bottom. For you to see how it works you would have be logged out of course. Good luck!

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    tduschei
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    @tduschei

    Thanks. I doublechecked after reading your reply.

    Unfortunately still no luck.

    I went to settings>Private Community For BP.

    Next to unblocked page one I typed in without any quotes:
    profile

    But when I go to the following profile I still get redirected:

    http://www.ukraxdemo.com/members/newadmin/profile/

    Thoughts? Thanks @bphelp

    -Tom

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    @tduschei
    That really is not what the unlbocked pages are meant to display. It is not meant for pages that need to generate the unique id of a a logged in user. That would defeat the purpose of the plugin. You can allow logged out visitors to view the members though by entering: members
    in one of the unblocked page fields. I hope you understand that is the logic behind the plugin. It would not make sense to use a plugin for privacy only to divulge the most sensitive content on the site which is users profiles to logged out visitors. Its not a bug, it was developed this way purposely. Good luck!

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