AppCommunity allows AppPresser customers to create a social mobile app for their WordPress website. AppCommunity users can post activity updates, photos, create friendships, send private messages, join groups, etc. It works with BuddyPress using the WP-API to sync your website with the app.
BuddyPress 8.0 will introduce personalized membership invitations and a new notification email that will automatically welcome new members into your community. 🤝
There’s a interesting proposal on the table for style modules in BuddyPress. I certainly hope it takes off, since I think this will lead to more people having access to more customization ability in their BuddyPress sites.
WordPress Multisite isn’t for everyone. So who uses it? How do they use it? Here’s what we heard when David Bisset asked those questions.
BuddyPress 1.9, “Sammy” was released last night, and for the first time in two years added a new component: notifications. Sarah Gooding has done a nice job on WP Tavern highlighting the various details of the release.
If you’re looking for a BuddyPress theme, WeFoster has a guide for the best premium options currently available. The BuddyPress theme market has its challenges, and there are areas that need improvement. However, if you aren’t going to build a BuddyPress theme from scratch, this guide will point you to the best ones to start with.