I have installed the BP All Community Activity plugin
but when navigating to the tab, it only shows the user’s personal activity.
Is there a tab in WP Dashboard where I can setup it correctly?
If it is not showing the community activity, most probably you have a custom code which is affecting activity loop.
I have re tested the plugin to confirm and it is working for me on a fresh install of BuddyPress, WordPress 5.0.3 and Twentyseventeen.
Please try it with a different theme or look for suspected plugins.
Thank you for your reply.
I have no clue which plugin could cause the issue. 🙁
Do you think you could help me in finding out why the plugin does only show the personal activity?
When I click @Mention for instance, it shows all the activity of the communit, why then it shouldn’t work with the BP-community-activity plugin?
Thank you for your help and your assistance.
My suggestion will be to to use a staging environment and then first use a different theme and test if that works, you can test by disabling individual plugins.
Here is how I test
1. Disable bp-custom.php and check
2. Change theme check
3. Look for the plugins and make a list based on probability of conflict(activity related or exclusion etc plugin have higher priority). Then disable one by one and test.
Also, if you can use a staging environment for this, it will be better.
Apologies for late reply but I was on a business trip the last days.
I think it must have a conflict with one of the other BP activity Plugins, right?
I will think of it in order to test on a staging site.
First I need to build an external Staging site because using WP Staging is not my favourite as mentioned before.
But I think when the plugin does not work correctly I could also enable debugging and see if error messages are coming up, or what do you think?
Thanks & Regards
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