Activity streams aggregate all of your activities across a BuddyPress installation. All of your friends’ activities are also recorded so you can check what your friends are doing on the site. Enabled BuddyPress components make use of the activity stream component, which means any sort of activity can be recorded. Blogs posts, new friendships and [...]
bp_activity_add() This function was introduced in BuddyPress 1.1, it’s located in /bp-activity/bp-activity-functions.php at line 997 (version 1.7-beta1). It needs an array of arguments and returns the activity id once created by the method BP_Activity_Activity::save() BuddyPress uses some aliases to call this function from its different components as detailed in this chart : Functions Components Types [...]
This article is a list of the activity stream action hooks available for use in plugin development in Buddypress.
The activity loop can be used to output a list of sitewide, member or member’s friends activity. Standard Loop Filtering examples Filtering the activity loop to show only status updates in the activity stream: Accepted Parameters The bp_has_activities() function will accept a number of parameters that will manipulate the data being returned. scope optional Pre-defined [...]
The developer docs are here to help you, as a developer understand how BuddyPress works and can be extended upon. So far we have custom loops documented, which is important for theme developers who want to customize the output of BuddyPress screens. We’re also building up a comprehensive list of actions and filters within BuddyPress, [...]