Support » Plugin: BuddyPress Registration Options » Admin being able to view the form submitted

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  • Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    We don’t attempt to display all that because we have no way to predict what all will be associated with a BP registration form. That said, until they’re denied access, they have a user entry in the database and you should be able to access all that information somewhere within the install, probably via an Admin XProfile area.

    @beckwith
    They are listed under WordPress Users – All Users – Pending, but I’m given the same information as before. Only difference is I can accept or send them another email. I understand perfectly if the form cannot be displayed through WordPress since every form will be different, but is there a way to have an email sent containing their answers?

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    Have you confirmed that visiting their user profile via Users > All Users and then clicking the “Extended” link doesn’t show the information you’re wanting to see for their profile? That’s where I was intending you to check.

    Note, it may not be a bad idea for us to provide links to said extended profile area as well. It’d be an enhancement issue to file for a future release.

    @beckwith
    You are only able to extend the profile if they have been accepted to the site.

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    So you’re only able to see that user section with BuddyPress core once they’ve been accepted on the user level by BuddyPress core?

    That is correct. If (through wordpress) I go to Users – All Users, I have the option to Edit/Extend/View if I highlight a username. If I go to Pending users, the options available are Activate/Email/Delete.

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    Well, what I’m saying is use the “extend” link in the All Users list to see the submitted fields for that pending user. It’s that same link that I’d link to and use from our plugin if I do anything on this topic, at least if it does indeed show the fields submitted for the pending user.

    From the sounds of it, our plugin ended up emulating BuddyPress’ moderation screen fairly well, though doesn’t do the exact same type of moderation. Just a matter of accessing the right information from the right location at this point.

    ExpBountyHunter

    (@expbountyhunter)

    @beckwith
    The pending user does not appear in the list of all users. I wish it did because your idea would be dead on. Unfortunately, I have to go to pending users to see who has applied and in this subcategory it does not give the option to extend profile.

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    Gotcha. Hmm

    Not sure I want to try and implement displaying all of the xprofile data by default, to be honest, as there are many who perhaps don’t need that at all. At best, I’d definitely be willing to add hooks that could be used for users to extend our plugin and display custom data that they want. I know I’ve been working on the available hooks on the github copy of the plugin, but that’s not ready for release quite yet.

    regeisle

    (@regeisle)

    Hey Michael, I know several people have been asking about this, not sure how close it is to a public release… we’re hoping to launch a site next week and need admins to be able to view a few extended/custom profile fields in the approve/deny table at launch. We’ll have a few hundred signups at least and too tedious to click through to each user’s profile in a new tab to review everything and then back to approve them.

    Are you interested in customizing the plugin on our site and if so what would your cost be? Thanks in advance! Rich

    ExpBountyHunter

    (@expbountyhunter)

    @regeisle
    “too tedious to click through to each user’s profile in a new tab to review everything and then back to approve them.” How are you able to view the pending user’s extended profile in a new tab? Do you simple look at their account on the website and view profile?

    regeisle

    (@regeisle)

    May be specific to our setup, but if you click their username in the Member Requests table it links to their profile page on the buddypress front end. From there you click their profile tab and it shows their info. Not ideal, but we’ve been able to manage the small amount of members signing up during the testing phase.

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    (@tw2113)

    The BenchPresser

    Try this out.

    It’s a modified copy of what is available on .org here. I poked at some things, and realized one of my php variables held xprofile data for the pending users. So I replaced the table cell that did basic IP display with a foreach loop that outputs the xprofile fields to the best of my local install has.

    Note: this does not mean I’m doing this exact version in the next release now. I am not sure how I’ll handle this specific idea. I did rename the folder and plugin name so you should be fine with regards to updates to the non-modified version. However, I don’t know when that will be either anyway, so you’ll be safe for the time being.

    Let me know how this version treats you and if it will suffice.

    ExpBountyHunter

    (@expbountyhunter)

    @beckwith
    Replacing the current file with this one. I’ll play around with it and see if the fields are now visible from the users page.

    ExpBountyHunter

    (@expbountyhunter)

    @beckwith
    The file was successfully replaced. When I go to the WordPress dashboard I go to BP Registration – Member Requests and now when I scroll through users, their additional data is displayed. This data is the form I created and their answers.

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