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    Kim on #3707

    I’ve installed the BP Member Types plug-in and created a member type. When I view my members/type/newtype page it shows the count of All NewType = 7, but it only shows 1 (Viewing 1 active Member) even though all the members I tagged as NewType are active members.

    How can I get it to display all the members?

    Thank you
    Kim

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    Brajesh Singh on #3708

    Hi Kim,
    Welcome to BuddyDev.

    I am sorry for the inconvenience,.
    Have these users logged in atleast once? Are they visible inside all tab?

    Thank you
    Brajesh

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    Kim on #3709

    They probably have not, which would make sense. Want I have is a team page and I was thinking I could use the BP member type to identify these particular users (which the admin has added). They may never log into the site though, so then they would not show. So maybe using the members is not the best way to list them. It would be nice to be able to add them similar to how they are added as a Group Member on the Group pages.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you for your quick reply, I appreciate it.

    Have a great day.
    Kim

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    Brajesh Singh on #3710

    Hi Kim,
    The problem lies with BuddyPress. It does not list users who haven’t logged in once(It uses a user meta and checks for that).
    It is possible to do so. If you list members by using alphabetic filter, It will list all the members.

    PS: What are you doing to insert the members on team page? using short code?

    Thank you
    Brajesh

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    Kim on #3711

    The users that are listed are the ones that have logged in (our employees). We manage the WordPress site for someone else, so we add those users so they can write blogs and be members of groups.

    The members on the team page are listing only 42 active members, there are 194 users, so I guess only 42 have actually logged in.

    What I had to do in the short term is make a graphic of these certain Team Members, not a very good solution I know, but didn’t have time to find a solution. Now I have the time, so I’m looking to see what I can do.

    Thanks
    Kim

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    Brajesh Singh on #3716

    Hi Kim,
    I am sorry but I could not understand the last reply properly.

    The best way to list all members will be using the the BuddyPress Members loop.

    in bp_has_members(), pass type=alphabetical and it will list all members(even those who never logged in).

    Hope that helps.

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    Kim on #3717

    Sorry if my last reply was not very clear. I only want to list a certain group of members (Support Team Members) on our Support Team page. If I use the members masonry buddypress element, it will add some random members, but I want to only show a specific group of members. That is why I thought using the Buddypress Member Type I would be able to do that.

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