How to Auto-Join Users into BuddyPress Groups with Memberium

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BuddyPress Groups is a BuddyPress feature which allows your users to join and create different groups, share content within the group, invite new members, etc. Using Memberium, you can automatically add users with specific Infusionsoft tags to a specific BuddyPress group or restrict (auto-ban) them from a specific group.

Step 1
In order to enable the BuddyPress Groups feature, you’ll need to navigate to WordPress Settings => BuddyPress => and in there enable the “User Groups” option. Once you save the changes, you should see a “Groups” section in the WordPress admin sidebar.

Step 2
Once you create a BuddyPress Group, you’ll need to open the group you created (or if it exists already) and in there, scroll to the very bottom of the settings page until you see the “BuddyPress Groups for Memberium” section.

“BuddyPress Groups for Memberium” section

Step 3

In the “BuddyPress Groups for Memberium” section there are 4 different fields in which you can add Infusionsoft tags. By placing a tag in one of the fields, users with that tag will begin to be automatically added to the group. By removing the tag from a field or from their contact record, they will be removed from the group if they were auto-joined by having the tag.

“Autojoin as Admin:” => Tags in this field will autojoin users as Group Admin

“Autojoin as Moderator:” => Tags in this field will autojoin users as Group Moderator

“Autojoin as Member:” => Tags in this field will autojoin users as Group Member

“Auto-Ban:” => Tags in this field will auto-ban (restrict access) users that have tag/s specified

If you want to learn how to use BuddyPress for creating Social Network with WordPress, you can read this article.


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