Rami Abraham: Creating Private Networks with BuddyPress

2 responses on “Rami Abraham: Creating Private Networks with BuddyPress

  1. Christina

    It would be nice to have the code used posted somewhere. The presentations slides are not available. Just a big white screen.


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July 1, 2015

Many of us already know that BuddyPress is a great solution for internal communication for groups, and is an excellent alternative to email threads, social network groups, and some project management apps, but did you know you can create a private social network with BuddyPress, and lock down your installation? We discuss some methods used in making a BuddyPress site accessible only to those whom are members, hiding the installation, as well as many of the caveats of using more common ‘private-access’ communication mediums, such as corporate email and facebook groups. This talk is a great fit for anyone new to or familiar with BuddyPress that would like to use it as a secure place to communicate with their employees, family, or other groups.

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