• Member
    deleted on #24350

    Thanks for answering.

    I tried two different codes that I tried to modify, see:

    function function1( $stop_notification ) {
    	if ( bp_has_member_type( bp_displayed_user_id(), 'student' ) ) {
    		$stop_notification = true;
    	return $stop_notification;
    add_filter( 'bp_local_group_notifier_skip_notification', 'function1' );

    With this function I expected users with member type “students” not to generate notifications when posting something but this is not working.

    function function2( $stop_notification ) {
    	$member_type = bp_get_member_type( bp_displayed_user_id() );
    	if ( 'student' !== $member_type ) {
    		$stop_notification = true;
    	return $stop_notification;
    add_filter( 'bp_local_group_notifier_skip_notification', 'function2' );

    This second also did not work. And she removed the notification for any users, even teachers were not generating notifications. I tried to change the !== to === but it didn’t work either.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by deleted.
  • Member
    deleted on #23266

    Hi, any news about the plugin?

  • Member
    deleted on #23137

    I be waiting for this

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by deleted.
  • Member
    deleted on #22832

    I have already done this, thank you anyway

  • Member
    deleted on #22826

    group join activity updates

    i’m using yours plugin for group activities https://buddydev.com/plugins/bp-group-activities-notifier/

    but even without he the notifications still showing

    This is the notification I want to remove from the public group
    It only appears on the activity page, it is not sent to users



  • Member
    deleted on #22825

    thank you for your support!
    Actually I had not realized that who was redirecting was woocommerce, so I used this function that I found to redirect using a woo hook itself.
    It worked very well!

    function wc_custom_user_redirect( $redirect, $user ) {
    $role = $user->roles[0];
    $dashboard = admin_url();
    if( $role == 'administrator' ) {
        //Redirect administrators to the dashboard
        $redirect = $dashboard;
    } else {
        //Redirect any other role to the previous visited page or, if not available, to the home
        $redirect = wp_get_referer() ? wp_get_referer() : home_url();
    return $redirect;


  • Member
    deleted on #4620

    Hello Brajesh,

    This update did exactly what I was looking for, so thank you! The extra adminbar nav tabs are now aligned the way I want.