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This isn’t possible by default. You will need to add either a plugin, if one is available, or some custom code.
The user most likely hasn’t logged in yet. You will find once a user has logged in for the first time, they will become active and show up in the members directory.
You could deactivate BuddyPress and leave the tables in the database without any problems. If you do choose to remove the tables, take a look at the BuddyPress Database Diagram which might be helpful.
Have you tried reporting this to the plugin author?
In that case, try looking through your theme’s templates. Make sure you’re not outputting the data twice. Also check the filter and action hooks you have set up to be sure nothing is outputting twice.
There should be plugins available that can do this. Have you tried searching the WordPress Plugin Directory?
This is most likely to be a theme issue. Is there any way you can try with Twenty Fifteen?
Check out the Managing Plugins article.
You should try disabling all custom code you’ve introduced (theme, plugins, functions) to see which bit is causing the problem.
Notification links sometimes point directly to single activity items. If the activity item is deleted, you’ll get a 404 after clicking the notification. Could that be happening?
Perhaps not quite what you’re after but @danbp has a community statistics plugin that might be helpful?
Yes you can. Just type in multiple recipients when you’re composing the message.
Thanks Paul, this is a nice step forward with reference to sending email in BuddyPress.
Ajax would be my first thought. Check out the AJAX in Plugins article for an introduction to that:
This will be added by your theme. Check out the Template Hierarchy article for info on how to customise what info is displayed.
The best code ref you’ll find is the plugin’s source. Inline documentation is very comprehensive
The closest you’ll find is the section for developers: https://codex.buddypress.org/context/developer/
Position is actually optional so if you wanted to avoid investigating what exactly is going on here you could just remove it altogether
This is most probably a result of your code (or a plugin you’re using) referring to a position array key, which isn’t defined.
BuddyDev have the Simple Front End Post plugin: http://buddydev.com/plugins/bp-simple-front-end-post/
That’d work too. Thinking you’d need to reword it but that can be done through localisation. Ref: https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/customizing/customizing-labels-messages-and-urls/