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Wouldn’t checking this feature called user groups maybe achieve what I need? But it would still be up to the user to join this group? The definition is allow your users to organize themselves into specific public, private or hidden sections with separate activity streams and member listings.
Just tested it, worked great..just a lot of reading. Can I ask another question that I’m still waiting on an answer for, for some time… how come my user does not get an email once the admin activates their profile on the backend? Is there a workaround so they get an automatic update to their email?
Isn’t there a file or js script that calls for changing the activate page title? I just need to be able to drag that into my child theme buddypress folder and edit it or at least use css to hide that title from appearing once a user submits the form, you know?
Thanks that worked. It just is a mess of meta fields in the user signups section. There is no way to make it appear cleaner or will the admin get this all in the user sign up email?
I just added this into a bp-custom.php file and dragged into the wp-content/plugins folder:
apply_filters( ‘bp_members_signup_custom_column’, ”, $column_name, $signup_object );
and nothing changed when I went into manage sign ups. I still cannot see the extended fields. Was I supposed to upload more than that? I see you linked to this also, which may be more of what I need: https://gist.github.com/shanebp/574ce3b95e33cb5bcad2c823bb666a00
Sorry I’m not familiar or comfortable using that method. Is there another way? I’m not sure why my page title section would pull in that snippet of text when I’ve taken it out of the activate.php main text body.
Ok so it goes in the plugins folder alone? Not in the buddypress folder?
I’m trying to avoid another plugin for this. I was already able to change all text other than the page title language for the activate portion. Any idea where I can edit the code for that rather than using a mo file?
I’m still not seeing a solution yet or workaround even here.
Thanks. I’ve created one a while ago, but have not heard an update.
Any idea if there is a way to confirm activation to the user’s email after they have been manually approved rather than automatically letting them get approved. I can’t seem to see a code to use to implement an email to go to the user after sign up when they’ve been manually approved from the backend.
Any idea how I can get an email notification to the user who signs up after they’ve been manually approved in the backend? As of now it doesn’t automatically tell them when the admin activates them
I think this was a setting on my end. It looks like it is working now.
So I’m reading up on how to incorporate the text changes to this file in my child theme. Do I just create a path like this: /my-theme/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/members/activate.php