So on the back of this I have tried it without renaming the slug.
The result is that it worked and renamed the tab.
Not being able to change the slug is really a critical issue for me and I really do wish that it was stated in the sales page for this plugin, that it it won’t change the BuddyBoss slugs for the tabs. It says that it is compatible with BuddyBoss and then lists all the things you can do, including renaming and changing slug of current tabs. I really think that you should amend to tell unwary purchasers about this compatibility issue.
To me it makes absolutely no sense at all to rename a tab and not the slug, that just seems completely bizarre and pointless. Sadly this renders the plugin useless for my use case.
I am not trying to anger you, and I don’t know if I am missing something, I do not know what “defining constant for the slug” means for example. But I would hope that you can understand that from my position this is really very frustrating. You had the chance 7 days ago when you first responded to my question about compatibility to tell me that I wouldn’t be able to use the plugin to change the default BuddyBoss tab slugs. Instead you responded to say that it is “fully compatible” with BuddyBoss, but it isn’t if you can’t change the slug.
To be honest I actually completely forgot that it was a plugin!
Buddypress user Blog
Made by BuddyBoss.
I also tried it with WB Coms – Resume Manager plugin which creates a “Resume” tab. I could not get that to work either.
I will try a standard BB tab.
Thanks for the response.
So I was trying to change the “Blog” tab, to rename it and it’s slug to “Articles” but I can’t get it to take effect. It is probably me being a bit silly and making an error in the process.
For the 3rd party tab, it is WB Com Designs – Buddypress Resume Manager.
Thanks for the help.