Social networking in a box. Build a social network for your company, school, sports team or niche community.
|Author:||The BuddyPress Community (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.3|
|WordPress version tested:||4.7.3|
|Added to WordPress repository:||23-04-2009|
|Total downloads:||5 420 428|
|Active installs:||200 000+|
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Activity Streams - Global, personal, and group activity streams with threaded commenting, direct posting, favoriting and @mentions. All with full RSS feeds and email notification support.
Extended Profiles - Fully editable profile fields allow you to define the fields users can fill in to describe themselves. Tailor profile fields to suit your audience.
User Settings - Give your users complete control over profile and notification settings. Settings are fully integrated into your theme, and can be disabled by the administrator.
Extensible Groups - Powerful public, private or hidden groups allow your users to break the discussion down into specific topics. Extend groups with your own custom features using the group extension API.
Friend Connections - Let your users make connections so they can track the activity of others, or filter to show only those users they care about the most.
Private Messaging - Private messaging will allow your users to talk to each other directly and in private. Not just limited to one-on-one discussions, your users can send messages to multiple recipients.
Site Tracking - Track posts and comments in the activity stream, and allow your users to add their own blogs using WordPress' Multisite feature.
Notifications - Keep your members up-to-date with relevant activity via toolbar and email notifications.
Can I use my existing WordPress theme?
Yes! BuddyPress works out-of-the-box with nearly every WordPress theme.
Will this work on WordPress multisite?
Yes! If your WordPress installation has multisite enabled, BuddyPress will support the global tracking of blogs, posts, comments, and even custom post types with a little bit of custom code.
Where can I get support?
Our community provides free support at https://buddypress.org/support/.
Where can I find documentation?
Our codex can be found at https://codex.buddypress.org/.
Where can I report a bug?
Report bugs, suggest ideas, and participate in development at https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org.
Where can I get the bleeding edge version of BuddyPress?
Check out the development trunk of BuddyPress from Subversion at https://buddypress.svn.wordpress.org/trunk/, or clone from Git at git://buddypress.git.wordpress.org/.
Who builds BuddyPress?
BuddyPress is free software, built by an international community of volunteers. Some contributors to BuddyPress are employed by companies that use BuddyPress, while others are consultants who offer BuddyPress-related services for hire. No one is paid by the BuddyPress project for his or her contributions. If you would like to provide monetary support to BuddyPress, please consider a donation to the WordPress Foundation, or ask your favorite contributor how they prefer to have their efforts rewarded.
Plugin uses its own database tables:
bp_activity, bp_activity_meta, bp_activity_user_activity_cached, bp_friends, bp_groups, bp_groups_groupmeta, bp_groups_members, bp_messages_messages, bp_messages_notices, bp_messages_recipients, bp_messages_threads, bp_notifications, bp_user_blogs, bp_user_blogs_blogmeta, bp_xprofile_data, bp_xprofile_fields, bp_xprofile_groups, bp_xprofile_meta