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Reaction in Activity Stream

  • kjah456


    I would like to have not only the “Favorite” button in the Activity Stream but in the best case different emoticons participants can choose from to react to a post/update/…. in the Activity Stream. So far, I could not find a plugin addressing this that is still updated/maintenanced. Do you have an idea how to solve this?

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  • kayart




    The plugin is completely outdated.



    Would you be interested in using our plugin, it comes with inbuilt Reactions.

    see this video :

    Our plugin is currently under approval. It is built on reactJS + BuddyPRess API



    It seems like you’re looking to enhance the functionality of the Activity Stream on your platform by adding more options for user reactions beyond just a “Favorite” button. Specifically, you’re interested in incorporating different emoticons that participants can choose from to react to posts, updates, or other content in the Activity Stream. It appears that you haven’t been able to find a suitable plugin that meets these requirements and is actively maintained.

    To achieve this feature, you might consider the following steps:

    Custom Development: If you can’t find an existing plugin that fits your needs, you could explore the option of custom development. This would involve working with a developer or a development team to create a custom solution that integrates the desired emoticon reactions into your Activity Stream.

    Existing Plugins and Extensions: While you mentioned that you haven’t found an updated plugin, it might be worth revisiting popular plugin repositories or forums. Sometimes community-developed plugins might still be relevant and functional, even if they haven’t been updated recently. However, keep in mind the potential security and compatibility risks of using outdated plugins.

    Modify Existing Plugins: If you find a plugin that’s close to what you need but lacks some features, you could consider modifying the plugin yourself or hiring a developer to extend its functionality to include the desired emoticon reactions.

    Open Source Platforms: If your platform is based on an open-source content management system (CMS) or framework, you might find existing open-source solutions that can be customized to meet your requirements.

    Third-Party Services: There are third-party services that provide customizable engagement features, including reactions, for websites and applications. These services might offer pre-built solutions that can be integrated into your Activity Stream.

    User Interface and User Experience (UI/UX): When implementing emoticon reactions, consider the user experience and interface design. Make sure the reactions are intuitive, accessible, and enhance the overall engagement on your platform.

    User Testing: Once you implement the feature, conduct user testing to gather feedback from participants. This will help you refine the feature and address any usability issues.

    As for your request to add “TWITCHTROVE,” I’m not entirely sure where you would like to add this text. Could you provide more context or specify the location where you intend to include “TWITCHTROVE”? This will help me provide a more accurate response.

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