Skip to:

Letting logged in users keep track of their activity with different plugins

  • jason4locations


    This question is about how compatible plugins are with other plugins.

    I was told that the answer to a question would only work for bbPress, and not other forum plugins, but I’m wondering if there are exceptions. For example, there might be something that works for BuddyPress, bbPress, and other forum plugins. If that is the case, people who are using BuddyPress might find this topic useful, if they learn from this topic that they can look in more places to find out what they need. Knowing that it can’t be done this way, if that is the case, might also be useful for them.

    What is the best way to find a plugin (or whatever I need, if I don’t already have it) that will make, in my menu, something that has (1) “Topics Started”, (2) “Replies Created”, (3) “Topics Replied To”, and (4) “Subscribed Topics” in a bbPress forum? That information would only be about the user who is logged in. The following link can be used to show three of those four things that I mentioned, and two more that I might also be able to use.

    The following link can be used to show more of the same page.

    Please tell me if there is a way to do it with a widget, so I can compare the menu with a widget. I’d like for the plugin (or whatever it is) to be as simple as possible. I couldn’t find anything at wpbeginner. I found a few plugins that I think could do it, but I couldn’t figure out how reliable and dangerous they are. What specific plugin, pages, or etc. was/were used to create the three things (that I have been describing) specifically in the BuddyPress page (that the two pictures, that the above two links go to, are of), and can it/they be used with bbPress?

    Is it easier to do this type of thing with BuddyPress than it is with bbPress?

    Thank you.

  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Skip to toolbar