Hi actually NSUR uses the standard WP hooks activation is on the main site as normal. NSUR also uses standard wp roles whereas Buddy press uses their own groups for users.
I’ve not heard of anyone having success but that could be just from Buddy press running in a different site. How and where are your plugins active (which sites)?
hi @xbladerunner.. I’m going to close this ticket as its been quiet here for a while now. Come back if you have more questions.
Sorry for my rudeness — still getting things sorted on my end, didn’t make time to post update. I have 5 plugins with complicated relations toward one another: 1) BuddyPress MultiNetwork (making it possible to have separate buddypress networks on each site of wp multisite network; network activated); 2) NSUR (making it possible to have separate registration of users on each subsite; network activated); 3) Nextend social login (allowing users to login using social media credentials; network activated); and 4) Buddypress auto join groups (allowing registered users to be auto added to a technical support buddypress group; site activated). 5) I’m also using a WPMUDEV plugin, Branda, to customize the look of registration pages (network activated). What could possibly go wrong?! lol.
It’s all working fine except for the auto join groups part. Folks that register via Nextend social login automatically join the group, but not folks that join using the WPMUDEV plugin. The developers on their end say if I find a hook on your plugin, they can make the autojoin happen. Given your earlier response, I’ve been looking for other work arounds, unsuccessful so far.
Sounds like an interesting challenge!
For hooks I can suggest is that you search through the NSUR code for hooks.
the main ones are the WP standard coming from the cloned wp-signup.php Template of all the WP versions (the clone has a slight NSUR tweak in each to send back to the subsite after registration rather than stay on the main network site, things like that).
so boiling it down ‘Nextend social login’ and NSUR are not playing well together at the moment?
No, it actually seems to be the other way around– the social login plugin is working fine, i.e., people who register this way are also automatically added to the tech support group; when people register manually they are not automatically added to the tech support group.
I’ve just seen your buddydev ticket.. https://buddydev.com/support/forums/topic/auto-join-groups-not-working-on-new-user-activation/
the main part to ask would be does ‘Auto Join Groups’ support multisite?