By default BuddyPress sends no notification for favorite activities. But now you can auto send notifications whenever any member clicks ‘Favorite’ button on any activity update on your BuddyPress networking site. Continue reading Enable Favorite Notifications On A BuddyPress Networking Website
Stream is a powerful WordPress plugin that lets you track all logged-in user activity, monitors each and every change made on to your WordPress website and provides every detail in beautifully organized way. But note that it requires PHP 5.3 or higher to be activated and used, otherwise it doesn’t shows up any stream page and displays a message that your hosting doesn’t supports PHP5.3
Now you can easily transform your BuddyPress Activity Stream Component into a Facebook-style Wall where others can posts and share things.
You can force your BuddyPress site members to keep their activity stream updates limited by characters (just like Twitter) by using BP Limit Activity Length plugin.
BuddyPress Activity tab displays the site wide list of status updates and other activity streams. This article explains you how you can get tags from each new blog posts activity and display the most commonly used ones.
You must have observed this new feature of Facebook, now while posting any status update on Facebook Timeline you can manually set who can view your stream. Now you can enable same type of feature in your BuddyPress site.
By default for viewing latest activity on BuddyPress site you need to refresh whole page. User experience can be made better by making BuddyPress activity stream live like Twitter so that everytime any of your member posts anything can come visible for everybody instantly without even refreshing the page.
Allows your BuddyPress community members to add a BuddyPress bookmarklet on their browser so that they can easily share content to their Activity streams just like Google Plus, Facebook and Twitter etc.