if you are just talking about having two forums, then if you want you use shortcodes
single forum [bbp-single-forum id=$forum_id] – Display a single forums topics. eg. [bbp-single-forum id=32]
Thank you for the quick reply! No, this is not quite what I want for two reasons. 1. The breadcrumbs doesn’t work as flawless anymore, and 2. I want the search function in both forums, but I don’t want it to find posts and topics from the other forum. So I basically want two completely different forum-“systems” with no interaction with each other.
you should find this plugin will do that
within the plugin set your users into two private groups, and allocate a forum/forums to each group.
Users will then be able to see and interact with only their forums inc. search.
But I want all users to be able to use both forums. One is for regular forum-use, and the other is for writing texts where people can comment and start discussions. So it’s two different features but for all members.
‘One is for regular forum-use, and the other is for writing texts where people can comment and start discussions. So it’s two different features but for all members.’
sorry you have now completely lost me – I do not understand the difference between ‘regular use’ and ‘can comment and start discussions’ – forums are where you start discussions and comment !
I am trying to help you, but perhaps you could start from scratch and articulate exactly what you are trying to achieve.
Hahah yeah I’m sorry! It got a little blurry there.. Lets try again 😉
So, I want to have two pages with individual forum-roots on both pages. The same people and type of user will be using both pages, so I can’t divide users into two groups. But the forums themselves must not interact with each other (search-results not affecting each other) since they will be used for two different purposes.
ok, not possible without bespoke development work