By default all BuddyPress site users can create and manage groups. But many network administartions, specially those running social networks of small company, college or school don’t want members on their website to be able to create their own groups, but rather just participate in the ones created by the admin or superadmin.
With BuddyPress Rate Forum Posts plugin your BuddyPress site memebrs can rate forum posts. It highlights good posts whereas poor posts are diminished. Highlighted karma points are visible for each site member. Note: The plugin is only for group forums, it is yet not compatible with BuddyPress site wide forums feature.
You can moderate new BuddyPress members, fight spams, set BuddyPress groups and sites and allows new members to join them from the registration page by using BuddyPress Registration Options plugin.
Here is a list of seven popular Facebook groups specially for bloggers. If you are a bloggers you can join these group for sharing your posts to a vast community of other bloggers, you can drive traffic, get new post ideas etc.
Provide all your your WordPress site widgets with BuddyPress specific fields option. Display them conditionally on specific BuddyPress pages.
Sometimes when you make changes to any of your blog post and think of reviewing them before making them live, using default WordPress features what you can get is post revisions from the author and then upload them manually. But with Revisionary plugin you get option to save revisions to your published post and then they can get reviewed, then published later.
Easily list the emails of your WordPress site users with chosen roles. You can show this email list in pages-posts and also you can hide it from the bots.
Learn categorizing BuddyPress site groups by assigning tags to them. You can easily show a clickable tag cloud above the group listings or as a sidebar widget.
I already discussed about WordPress hacks for adding custom default avatar in WordPress-BuddyPress Sites. Now I am telling a quick and easy option of using plugin. Kailey Lampert‘s free WordPress plugin simply allows you to change default WordPress avatar i.e. Mystery Man to something else, may be your site’s logo etc.
Allow custom fields in selected BuddyPress Groups, create various types of custom fields like radio buttons, select, input, text area etc, edit fields data, show or hide pages where fields will be displayed, reorder fields, create custom group pages using WordPress RichEditor and more using BuddyPress Group Extras.
Now you can reserve places for unregistered members of your BuddyPress site by using their email addresses.