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  • Avatar of WendellH
    WendellH
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    @wendellh

    I am considering a move to BuddyPress but am very concerned about keeping the general functionality of my current forum at http://surveyorconnect.com. It uses a threaded, hierarchal tree-style forum software and my users love it. A little backstory: an industry magazine used to have a similar forum, then switched to a newer format and nobody liked it — so I started a new forum using MyLittleForum (http://mylittleforum.net) and told a few surveyors about it and in short order, it was very busy and respected in the surveying community. Many of the users are “old school” and so they like this format. But I also want to attract a younger crowd, who I assume would prefer a more modern format.

    What I’m really hoping for here is that BuddyPress would allow me to provide BOTH formats on a user-by-user basis, so they can select which format they’d prefer. Also, one of the features they like about the current site is the little bubble next to the date in the topics list that gives a preview of the latest post within that topic. If we lose that feature, I won’t be heart-broken, but it would be nice to have something like that in BuddyPress, if possible.

    There is so much I could do with my forum that MLF won’t allow me to do. Probably the biggest thing is the social aspects — allowing people to “like” and share posts, etc.

    I’d love your thoughts, opinions and references to anything that might help me make the decision to move to BuddyPress. Thanks!

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  • Avatar of @ubernaut
    @ubernaut
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    @ubernaut

    it probably would not be that hard to create a page with a filtered activity loop that would look very similar, but also probably not nested. another thing is you could probably make is some kind of plugin which which alters the layout of bbpress content. both of those things are well beyond my own area of expertise but you might also try the bbpress forums.

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