sending message to another group add the user to all groups in the settings


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  • #26216
    Olivier Pages
    Participant

    Hello Shamim

    I need users to be able to send messages to people who are not in his group (ex: a user in Paris send a message to users who are in London). Searching the forum in order to achieve this I saw this topic posted 7 months ago:

    https://www.shamimsplugins.com/support/topic/send-message-to-group-not-member-of-that-group/#post-19329

    in which you ask us to add following code in our functions.php file:

    add_filter( 'fep_get_user_groups', function( $user_groups, $user_id ){
        $groups = fep_get_option('gm_groups', array());
        if( $groups && is_array( $groups) ){
            foreach ( $groups as $group ) {
                $user_groups[ $group['slug'] ] = $group['name'];
            }
        }
        return $user_groups;
    }, 10, 2);
    

    It is working (meaning the user can send a message to another group), but as a result, once the message is sent, the user is now part of all existing groups. He has to uncheck all group boxes in its settings tab.

    Is there a way to fix this? How come the user has joined all groups after sending a message to one?

    Thanks for your help

    Olivier

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    #26230
    shamim
    Keymaster

    After sending message if you go to Dashboard > Front End PM PRO > Settings > Recipient > Groups, do that user shows in the groups which they were not member before?

    #26233
    Olivier Pages
    Participant

    Hi Shamim

    Yes the user shows in every groups (I created 10 groups for my tests).

    What I did in order is the following:

    In my dashboard, Recipient tab, I allowed users to add themselves to groups.
    Then on the front-end I logged in as a test user, and I could see all groups in the Parameters tab that I had created in the back-end. Fine.
    I sent a message to a group. Successfully sent. Back to his Parameter tab, all groups were checked. Meaning the user has joined all groups. So I went to the back-end and could see its username in every group…

    I deleted the user in every group from the Dashboard, recipient tab. Then I unchecked ‘Can users add themselves to group’.
    Second message sent from the front-end to a group. This time the user is not part of any group (in the dashboard).
    So it has something to do with that option allowing users to add themselves to groups.

    I will keep this option unchecked and try to assign the user to a group in a different way.

    Olivier

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