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Thanks for the tip @juanmaguerrero , certainly very clever.
So what I have to do is enable “Logged in users may register new sites.” under “Registration Settings”?
Right now I have the first option checked:
1- Registration is disabled. (checked)
2- User accounts may be registered.
3- Logged in users may register new sites.
4- Both sites and user accounts can be registered.
Since I’m using BP, and I want my users to be able to create their own blogs, which one should be checked?
I think the best approach for me is the one with users having their own blogs. I feel that a single (main) blog for everybody would be limited.
Now, where I’m at is with users that have to go to wp-admin to their wp-profile (which doesn’t seem too bp-like) and find that they can’t post anything.
My take is that the solution would be to up the level of the user to author. But then, that just gives them rights to post, not to create a blog.
I guess my question is: now that I have BP and MS installed, what is the normal process for user blogs?
Thanks people. Here is an update:
I’ve added the MU feature, but now I’m kinda wondering if I have to create every new user blog myself, and grant them the author level manually?
I guess that would work, however, the admin of the institutional user would have to logout from his human profile and login to the institutional profile. And you would only have one admin. The way facebook does it, is you can create a institutional profile, on top of your human profile, that way you can work on both, without loging in and out.