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How to allow members to start their Topic


  • sundev
    Participant

    @sundev

    I installed bbpress with buddy both are latest version on my WP new installation, I register as a new member having a participant role on bbpress but I noticed that when I clicked on “FORUM” tap on my buddy profile there no link to create a new topic, I want to enable topic creation for my members. Maybe am not doing something right pleas help.

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  • Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb


    sundev
    Participant

    @sundev

    Thank you very much for your reply Stephen,Just as the link provide, I created FORUMS & Topics. When I logged as admin, I can see all forums & Topic in my buddy “FORUMS” tabs but when I logged as a member the FORUM Tabs only shows the usual sub list items (TOPICS STARTED,
    REPLIES CREATED,
    FAVORITES,
    SUBSCRIPTIONS) none of the Topics & FORUMS I created when I logged as admin appeared in Member’s FORUMS tab, I have also set all to public!?! I detected that I can also access all FORUMS through direct link like http://localhost/mynewdomain/forums/. Maybe am still not doing something right.

    Just want all members to see all forums from their buddy ‘FORUM’ tab and able to reply or create topics. thank you.


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    Each ‘BuddyPress Group’ can only have one (1) forum attached to the BuddyPress Group.

    So when looking at eg http://localhost/mynewdomain/groups/test-group/forum/ there will only ever be 1 forum maximum displayed there, the one forum attached to that one group.

    If you want to see the full forums list you need to add a link on your primary menu to http://localhost/mynewdomain/forums/


    sundev
    Participant

    @sundev

    Thank you so much Stephen. That should be the solution, members can go and create topics from your example link. I created a test topic from your example link as a member and my topic appeared on member profile Forums tab. Amazingly, far from what I thought. Thank you so much.

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