Following on from my previous topic – https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/multi-site-1?replies=13#post-173187
I thought I should start a new thread here, as my post is now related to the Members Plugin.
I have lots of offices – and I’d like to connect the staff in those offices through a buddy press site.
When a member of staff signs up, I would like to automatically assign them to a group for their office, and grant them access to view news from their office.
So an example of the idea would be: when a Member from Office A clicks on “news link” they should see the news for Office A nb: http://example.com/archives/category/officea
When a member from Office B clicks on the “news link” they should see the new for Office B… nb: http://example.com/archives/category/officea
I’ve been told it’s not possible to automatically grant access to groups via the members plugin (I’m quite prepared to pay for this feature – like I said… I’m desperate) – but I can do this manually when someone signs up.
Staff should then be able to create their own groups, search for members (from all the offices) and friend them etc – all standard buddypress stuff.
So to set the news category stuff up, I’ve used the membership plugin. I’ve set up a level for each office, and assigned the relevant news category as a positive rule and then applied that level to the members of that office.
However, it doesn’t work. When logged in as a member, I see all the news… not just the category for my office.
So I did it the other way – and set up a negative rule, selecting all the categories that I don’t want the user to see… but this didn’t work either. I can still see all the news, not just the news for my office.
Does anyone have any advice on how I can achieve this? I’m becoming really, really desperate now… I’ve got a lot riding on this…
If anyone can help, I’ll be eternally grateful – and promise to send you beer.