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Limit posting in buddypress groups to the group’s admins only


  • moefahmy
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    @moefahmy

    i need help to achieve the following :
    – limit posting in buddypress groups to the groups admins only
    – limit buddypress groups creation to the website administrators only
    – set the number of the groups user can be admin in to only 1 group

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  • Max
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    @makzinations

    Hi moefahmy,

    Just registered my first WordPress.org account since over hundreds of sites I’ve built in the past, hehe. I’m facing exact the same issue as you have. I seriously thought that BuddyPress would support features like this. In the wp-admin > Groups > Single Group, there’s even an option that says: ‘Who can invite others to this group?’, WHY is this option available but not ‘Which usertype can post to this group? e.g. Administrators, Moderators, Subscribers etc.’.

    Is there a plugin that anyone in this community is aware of which handles above feature? I really need a feature to assign posting permissions to users or userlevels…


    moefahmy
    Participant

    @moefahmy

    Hi max , the only solution i reached is controlling who can see the activities post form , showing and hiding it based on the current user role


    Max
    Participant

    @makzinations

    Hi moefahmy,

    That’s actually a clever solution to address this issue. The difference with me is that my customer needs a few specific groups to be restricted to only let himself post in it. But since only administrators like my customer needs to post I can target only the administrator role to view the post-an-update form, and hide them for every other user role. I can code something to make this only happen on the groups I want it to.

    Thanks for activating the bulb inside my brain haha, I really appreciate this solution. Well done!!

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