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Aaron Aaron

Thank You!! that led me to a fix in a round about sorta way. The problem was some code I added to the “activity-loop.php”

<?php if ( bp_has_activities( bp_ajax_querystring( 'activity' ).'&object=activity,blogs,friends,groups,xprofile' . '&per_page=42') ) : ?>

So i just changed it to `
Then just installed a plugin that will do what that code above did. “BuddyPress Block Activity Stream Types”

wow! so happy to finally put this to rest!!!

Thanks for your support.

Aaron Aaron

argh!! I do not see the Activity page where it shows the New Members that have Registered.

For Example: when i registered on your demo site where does it say “Test1 has become a new member” and the Test1 should permalink to my profile page.

Please provide a URL for your main site activity feed showing all the sites activity including new members.


Aaron Aaron

I Registered on your Demo Site but Where is the activity page??? so i can see if it works.

Aaron Aaron

I have started another support ticket with here is what they say…

Well, i think they are complicating their task.

It seems to me that to be sure BuddyPress will do all what it needs to do, you simply need to use :
do_action( 'bp_core_activated_user', $user_id );
like this…

function on_user_registration( $user_id, $userdata, $form_id ) {
       $this->update_user_data( $user_id, $form_id );
       do_action( 'bp_core_activated_user', $user_id );

Because we hook to this action to :
– clear the member count cache
– create the ‘new_member’ activity
– Sync WP/BP profile if the xProfile component is active

If that doesn’t fix the issue. A BuddyPress plugin should always launch itself hooking ‘bp_include’ to be sure every active BuddyPress parts are loaded.

So instead of add_action( 'plugins_loaded', 'wpuf_bp_init' );
the plugin developer can try add_action( 'bp_include', 'wpuf_bp_init' );

Let me know if this helps.

Aaron Aaron

I a VERY SAD to say, STILL DOES NOT WORK like it did before. please see attached image that explains it visually.

New Member Activity Feed

Aaron Aaron

When your all done updating the Code can you please Register for my site and TEST IT, make sure the Home Page Activity Feed shows you are a new member. When your all done and it works, let me know your register email and I will delete it from my site.


Aaron Aaron

That fix did not work. now nothing shows up when someone registers. Please Fix asap.

We’ve had 9 people register last week and none of them showed up in the activity feed.

I’m going to Comment out the new code you gave me and use the old code… at least the old code would show the persons name…. better than nothing showing up.

Aaron Aaron

still patiently waiting…. 🙂

Aaron Aaron

I’m getting a lot of new registered users and would like to get the new code soon. Thanks @Nayem

Aaron Aaron

Let me explain again:

Your code worked by adding the new registrant to the Activity Feed. BUT after Buddypress Update now it only shows the persons NAME and NOT the TimeStamp.

…this part is missing from the Activity Feed New Member “became a registered member 1 day, 3 hours ago

also. the name used to link to their profile but now it does not link at all.

Aaron Aaron

That code worked with Buddypress V2.1.1 but not after updating Buddypress 2.2.1.

April 2, 2015 at 6:17 am in reply to: Registration Form post to BP Activity (new member) 40494
Aaron Aaron

I updated to Buddypress 2.2.1 and now the problem came back.

Certain text is missing from the Activity Feed when someone becomes a new registered member.
EXAMPLE: Normally it would look like this when someone registers to my site for the first time.
“John Doe” became a registered member 1 day, 3 hours ago

Now it only says:
“John Doe”

This part is missing: became a registered member 1 day, 3 hours ago

So the code you gave me (above) worked until i updated to Buddypress 2.2.1… any ideas?

January 6, 2015 at 6:27 am in reply to: Registration Form post to BP Activity (new member) 33426
Aaron Aaron

Here are the links mentioned above….

Showed new member in Activity Feed for this person… huttonparker

…but not for this person. fundforsb

Activity Feed is here and you can see that “huttonparker” shows as new member but not for “fundforsb”.

January 6, 2015 at 6:24 am in reply to: Registration Form post to BP Activity (new member) 33425
Aaron Aaron

Hello again, The new code you gave did not work for one of my new members, They registered today and the Activity Feed did not show “huttonparker became a registered member about 7 hours ago”.

It did work for this person today:
you can see this in the Activity Feed –> “huttonparker became a registered member about 7 hours ago”

But this DID NOT work for this member

They both used the same Registration Form that assigns the same role “Funder”. So why would it work for one person and not the other?

Any Ideas?

January 1, 2015 at 2:04 am in reply to: Registration Form post to BP Activity (new member) 33244
Aaron Aaron

Works Perfect!! Thanks for you support on this.

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