We’ve continued to improve and address edge cases with this newest release of the BuddyPress Integration Add On for Paid Memberships Pro. You can update the plugin via the Dashboard > Updates page in your WordPress admin. Read on to explore the full list of improvements.
Many membership sites use BuddyPress to facilitate communication, messaging, and member engagement. By default, BuddyPress sets the user’s profile name as their selected user login. If you would like a more personalized BuddyPress profile, check out this recipe to set the name to the user’s First and Last name….
We’ve just launched our BuddyPress Integration in the WordPress Plugin Repository. You can now restrict access to specific features of your BuddyPress community by membership level, allowing you to build a custom, private, and flexible members-only community.View the Add On
This post covers how to export your Members List to CSV. We’ll cover the default columns included in the export, as well as a method to add additional user data to the file.
The BuddyPress Add On for Paid Memberships Pro allows you to assign BuddyPress “Member Types” by Membership Level. The code recipe below demonstrates how to create a “member type” in BuddyPress.