January 30, 2017 at 6:16 AM #14251Dawn WeberParticipant
Our organization has 2 groups of events
– ones that we sponsor
– community events that we like to share but do not sponsor
I have been looking at the Groups extension and am not sure if we can do what I want to do.
I want to be able to show all on one page:
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Group 1 – Sponsored events
Group 2 – Community Events
It seems like I might be able to do this with shortcodes using the group filter
Are you able to confirm?
January 30, 2017 at 9:16 AM #14253Stephen SherrardKeymaster
You could add either of those to the feature requests section, and it’s something I will certainly consider. Right now, though, your best bet is to have the two groups on their own pages, with just one shortcode per page. You could also still have a main volunteer page that shows all the sheets, and it will have a Groups column (after you install the groups plugin) that shows which groups each sheet belongs to. The main purpose of the Groups plugin was to create a sort of “categories” for the groups, but not to show multiple categories on one page (main volunteer page shows them all). The newest update also integrates with other plugins to allow you to restrict access by certain users based on group membership (using either BuddyPress or the WordPress Groups plugin).
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