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    @car1979
    Not sure if that code still works but you could place it in bp-custom.php:

    https://codex.buddypress.org/themes/bp-custom-php/

    or in your themes functions.php

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    @alice-kaye
    Go to dashboard/menus and in the top right corner click screen options and make sure the box beside buddypress is checked. Once checked you will see the options to add buddypress items in the edit menus tab. Good luck!

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    @manleyf3
    Have you tried updating permalinks?

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    @manleyf3
    Have you tried activating the twenty-fifteen theme included in WP to see if the issue persists? I am assuming your issue is coming from the “BeeTube” theme which is a premium theme that we don’t have access to so if after activating the twenty-fifteen theme fixes the issue then you will need to contact the “BeeTube” themes support to help figure out what the issue is with the theme. After all when you paid for the theme you should be entitled to some degree of support from them.
    Good luck!

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    @tstrickland415 @kobrakai75
    I am not sure this is possible at this time but maybe someone else can chime in because I may be wrong because member types is still fairly new to BP and I have yet to play around with it.

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    @rosyteddy
    Whats river commenting?

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    Thanks @henrywright this update makes it even better to use in my dev environment!

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    @manleyf3
    You will need to supply more info on your setup in order for the community to help. Please supply WP/BP versions, theme, and plugins used. Thanks!

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    @mcpeanut @vitamincee
    Just out of curiosity what role editors are you referring to so the OP can explore that route and can these role editors allow you to assign moderators that wouldn’t have full admin rights? For instance could you as an admin assign a moderator that could edit the activity stream and forum topics without them being able to view the other users PM’s? If so that may be what the OP needs. Thanks!

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    @mcpeanut
    While I appreciate your concern on the OP’s topic you should also be aware that most social network admins including the big ones you may be using have access to PM’s as well as IP’s and Internet Service Providers. If your that paranoid about who has access to your data then I suppose the best policy would be not to volunteer it by joining in the first place of course this is just my honest opinion.

    The part which made me think it was a bug was when I opened the test user’s message from viewing their profile, it brought me to my own profile, but displayed the user’s messages.

    I can’t replicate this behavior but as an admin I can go to a members PM’s they have sent and view them. It didn’t take me as an admin to my own profile and show up in my PM’s.

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    @rosyteddy
    I suppose that is why a site owner should seek legal advice when creating a sites “Terms of Service” and “Privacy policy.” I seriously doubt any ethical admin would be reading other users PM’s without just cause or if they were served a court subpoena to access the PM’s.

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    @vitamincee
    As @henrywright mentioned that is by design. Otherwise how would you be able to solve issues between users as an admin if one of your users complains that another user is sending harassing private messages. If you was locked out of viewing the private messages as an admin then you really couldn’t determine if its a legit complaint or someone just causing drama.

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    @aymanomar85
    @mentions works for me using the latest WP/BP, twenty-fifteen theme, Private Community For BP plugin, and BuddyPress Identicons plugin. Very basic setup for myself so you will need to provide more info on your setup so others can help. :-)

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    Hi @danbp and @henrywright
    When I used to have my plugins up on the repo I started writing in the description to “Please read the F.A.Q before installing this plugin” That helped a lot with support requests that were unnecessary. I followed my own advice when I installed Henry’s plugin and I knew the behavior to expect and therefor I didn’t have any issues. The plugin is pretty handy for development and earned my 5 star vote. Thanks again guys!

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    @henrywright
    Great job!
    I installed the plugin and it works a treat and left a 5 star review. Congratulations!

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    @ctyldsley
    Use the below code if you only want the image linking to their profile for logged in users.

    
    if ( is_user_logged_in() ) {
    <a href="<?php echo bp_loggedin_user_domain(); ?>"><img src="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ManageProfile.png"></a>
    }
    
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    @ctyldsley
    I am assuming you will be be putting the image that connects each user to their profile in a template although I am not sure which one you would want to place it in but something like this should work:

    
    <a href="<?php echo bp_loggedin_user_domain(); ?>"><img src="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ManageProfile.png"></a>
    
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    Thanks @danbp for the bug confirmation. I opened the below ticket:

    https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6234

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    @buddies
    If after following Hugo’s advice does not resolve your issue then place the below snippet in bp-custom.php

    
    function bphelp_members_page_private_redirect() { 
    
    if ( bp_is_members_component() ) {
    
    	if(!is_user_logged_in()) { 
    		bp_core_redirect( get_option('home') . '/register' );
    	} 
    }
    }
    add_filter('template_redirect','bphelp_members_page_private_redirect',1);
    

    Good luck!

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    @chatty24
    Until the core devs gets this worked out you can use shanebp ‘s solution here:

    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/only-friendsyou-in-activity-feed-has-solution-been-found/

    It works with the latest WP/BP just keep in mind the admin can still see all activity and subscribers can also see the admins activity but subscribers will only see activity of other subcribers that are friends and the admins. Make sure you copy the folder:
    your-site\wp-content\plugins\buddypress\bp-templates\bp-legacy to your themes root then go to your-site\wp-content\themes\YOUR-THEME\buddypress\activity\activity-loop.php to make the edit.
    Good luck! :-)

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    @henrywright
    Just my two cents worth but I think if there was a check within BP that “Anyone Can Register” was indeed checked before installing BP would solve tons of issues like this because if someone fails to do this before installing BP then they have to manually associate those pages. If it is checked then they are created on the fly without all the duplicates that can cause 404 issues for beginners that are not sure how to resolve the page associations.

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    @tatakatte
    Did you make sure you set your registration page as a static page in dashboard/settings/reading because I just tested it and it works as expected. On my dev environment when I go to the site without being logged in it redirects me to the registration page. Once I log in it redirects to the activity stream. Isn’t that what you wanted?
    @henrywright
    I didn’t use any priority and it worked so I don’t think that is the issue. Your code worked fine when I tested it as is.

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