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    NoNAdmin on #46929

    Hello Brajesh,

    Great suggestion. That seemed to work. Thank you, Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46908

    Hello Brajesh,

    Yest it is the Invitee/Inviter friendship. – NoNAdmin

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    NoNAdmin on #46844

    Hello,

    First, I want to say that I love the fact that friendships are made at account creation time! Some users do not realize that they need to friend the people that they invite. This solves that problem.

    What I see as a result of the error recorded:

    When a NORMAL friendship request is processed, the email contains first and last names. When the friendship is created at ACCOUNT creation, only the first name is shown. This can be a real problem when the first name is a very common name.

    It may be the order in which items are processed? The friendship request message appears before the New Member Registration and Welcome to your new account messages.

    It looks like the email message goes through, however, the user’s last name is not being processed.

    Can I send you the images that I captured so that this makes more sense?

    I know that BuddyBoss will not address this as their code is working properly for the functionality that they provide.

    Also, I noticed that the user who sent the invitation does not get an email or notification of any kind that the new account user has become their friend. Is this an effect of the error or is it not something your plugin does?

    Thanks, NoNAdmin

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    NoNAdmin on #46828

    Okay, I get it. It’s such a problem that I had to try all avenues for resolution.

    Thanks for reading the suggestion. I have already submitted the suggestion to BB. But, when you put a suggestion into their roadmap, you never hear back from them.

    -Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46805

    This sounds wonderful. I look forward to implementing the features. Just a question. Will each group admin have the ability to choose the options, or only the site admin?

    Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46706

    Hello Brajesh,

    No problem! I’m sure you are testing and making sure it is perfect for all of us. I appreciate that you are taking the extra time to do that.

    Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46686

    Just checking back with you for a possible solution.

    Waiting for the release of the newest Auto Friendship Pro version. – Dianne

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by NoNAdmin.
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    NoNAdmin on #46601

    Hello Brajesh,

    Yes, I think I understand the problem. I asked BuddyBoss to please hide the tab because I couldn’t access the tab from your plugin. They sent me some code and I tried it. But as soon as the page refreshed the tab reappeared. So, they too could not easily fix the issue.

    I am willing to wait to get a proper fix. The problem that my Members face with this tab is so significant.

    Thank you for being willing to consider a fix.

    Best Regards, Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46566

    Hello Brajesh,

    Sorry to bother you once again. Here are the results of creating the new bp-custom.php file and placing it in the site’s wp-content/plugins folder:

    * The JOIN button does not change text to Member until I refresh the screen.
    * The Member IS ADDED to the group
    * The Member is NOT added as a friend of any of the Group Admins

    I better just wait until the updated plugin is released.

    Blessings, Dianne

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    NoNAdmin on #46565

    Hello Brajesh,

    I just figured out that I needed to create the bp-custom.php file. You do not need to respond.

    Thank you, Dianne