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Organic Groups: 7.x-2.6
I have a project that requires that only people who have logged in and are authenticated be allowed to view organic groups.
I've been searching around the net like crazy for an answer, and can't find one anywhere.
A lot of people have been wanting this feature for many years (since drupal 6).
Is there a workaround for this?
For Drupal 6 there is a workaround, as I found in this tutorial: http://www.sthlmconnection.se/en/blog/organic-groups-your-definition-public
But this doesn't work for Drupal 7 organic groups.
I want to build a community-project with multiple groups, one group should contain all registered users of the site though.
What is the best way to achieve this? I thought about using Rules to assign every user on registration to a group, let’s call it “registered users”. But as it looks, I can only do this by adding a very irritating field to the registration process, where users have to click on the group, they will be assigned to. Instead I would prefer them to be put into a certain group in the background; it should not bother them whether they are in a “registered users”-group or not.
I'm new with Organic Groups. I'm using Drupal 7 and organic group 7.1.
I would like to allow the owner/administrator of a group to add contents created by authenticated users to his own group.
For example if I have a group called "Black and white movies" and i see an article that is part of a group called "Movies of 1930", I would like to be able to add this article to my group.
Is it possible?
Thanks for the help!
I’ve created a »Group Content« content type, let’s call it »movie critics«. The idea is, that basically authenticated users can create movie critics (with the customized fields and stuff), but also group memebers of specific groups are being able to create movie critics based on that certain content type but for their own group audience.Read more
I'm working with a system where custom routing had to be implemented using hook_url_inbound_alter. The layout is basically, "mastergroup" as the main group, and "projects" as the child group (set as a group and group content, with the group audience set to "mastergroup". So, the urls have to be as follows:
- mastergroup/group-url-alias (the main group content)
- mastergroup/group-url-alias/projects (list of projects for the current group)
- mastergroup/group-url-alias/projects/project-url-alias (project details page)
I am using organic groups 7x.2x and i am able to create groups from site administrator panel.
But my site will also allow registered users to create new groups(public and private). May be site administrator can approve the new requests.
Can any one tell me how to do this.
Do i need to create views for it to capture new group details or is the og provides feature this feature already.
Thanks in advance.
I have many organic groups in my website and want to view every group contents in a page that has a link in "organic group menu" of their group.
How I can do that?
I am a newbie to the Organic Group and my issue may sound to be a bit silly.
But, even after trying a lot I could not find a solution and hence would seek your help.
I am supposed to create trainings for each student group
I created a new role called Student
Installed "OG" module
Created a new Content Type "Group"
Created a new Content Type "Training" and made it a "Group Content" and added few custom fields
Created a view to display training for each group.
But When I am trying to go to training's detail page, the page is blank.
I'm developing a webpage with drupal 7 and i would like to make a section called 'bills' in this section i would show a table with 4 rows; the first for display links of bills, the second for display the amount to pay, the third to display the state 'paid' or 'pending' and the last one for pay the bill with other link. i would like to change the content of the table to the different users. how can i do that?. how can i do a relationship between the files pdf and the users? i don't know how the OG module can help me...
thank you very much!
Hi everybody, I'm new to the group, a beginner to drupal, non programmer... Still, I have a good question (I guess):
How is it possible to associate a social account to an organic group in drupal 7?Read more
Is there a way in OG to allow to all the authentificate Users to read each group content even if they are not member.
Only member can write in thier groups.
I mean instead of having just Public / Private group visibility I'd like to have a third option : readonly for non-members.
Sorry for my hazardous english and Thanks for all the work.
To keep it simple my goal is to create a view that displays OG user roles and the nid of the nodes the users have posted in the group.
I have successfully created a view with users and nodes from membership doing:
- Add new view -> Create a page displaying table of fields
- Add contextual filter -> OG membership: Group ID
- Add relationship -> OG membership: Node from OG membership
- Add relationship -> OG membership: User from OG membership
- Add field -> OG membership: OG user roles in group (Roles)
- Add field -> (node from OG membership) Content: Nid (Nid)
My users are finding the admin interface quite cumbersome. For example to approve members it takes 5 or 6 clicks, including some settings that are not very intuitive for an average user (click next to the user, go to "choose an operation" VBO dropdown, select "modify membership status", click "execute", etc etc) Whereas my users are perhaps used to adding/removing people via something like facebook with one click add/remove.
So i'm just wondering if others have run into this issue before and any suggestions for solutions and simplifications of the user interface?Read more
I am thinking about using Organic Groups for course management in an academic context.
Initially I was going to create an OG group per course e.g. Physics 101. However if the users change per semester this could become tricky to manage...
There are 2 options I can think of:
- But would soon end up with 1000’s of groups.
I'm pretty new to OG and I'm testing a collaborative intranet site at this moment with Drupal7 and Organic Groups 7.x-2.3.Read more
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The successful candidate will ensure our platform (Invrep.co) provides the best possible service and functionality to end users. Encouraging Invrep users to come back for more and spread the word!
The candidate should be well versed in Drupal programming (e.g. PHP; MySQL) and best practices (e.g. module building; version control etc).
The work will be balanced toward back-end; but some front-end experience will be valuable.Read more
I have newly joined the OG group to share with you that I have published a new module that integrates Google drive document sharing with OG.
Hope you enjoy !
this is a blog and commercial site for a city. The site would be promoted through offline mediums. The customers would be posting content in the form of blogs as well as advertisements of products.
Please get in touch for more details. Word doc attached
The group audience field lists all organic groups. I need it to be two separate fields, one listing the public groups and one the private. For the private, I need to have it filter down to only groups the current user is a part of, and if they aren't in any private groups, then I need to hide that. Can any one share a clue on how to do this?Read more
I'm wondering if there is a way to have additional menu items on the top nav based on the og a user is a member of?
So they see the of they are a member of under one tab then see specific content on a separate nav? the reason is I have the ogs but then dependant on which og they are a member of I want them to see particulAr documents in a nav entitled docs for example
Any help appreciated.