This plugin handles subscription to notifications. What does it do ?
- For groups :
- For users :
Pop up windows are handled by the jqpopup jquery extension.
Run on 1.6.1 and should run on 1.7 but i didn't test it. let me know
Unzip in your mod folder, activate it in the admin board, reload css caches and and viewpath if needed and then enjoy !
- css improvements
- correction of gramatical errors in the english language file
- compatible with multisite environment (using my multisite plugin)
Note : in multisite environment, the widgets will display subscribers and susbscribed members from all the communities of the installation. If you need to display only the members of the current community, you need to made the following changes to the view.php file of each widget :
line 44 :
must be changed to :
if (!in_array($follower,$users) && (check_entity_relationship($follower->guid, 'member_of_site', $CONFIG->site->guid)))
@Kiwi_Chris : no there is no way for a user to opt out being notified to. But the notifications will be sent according to the elgg standard privacy, this means that if someone has subscribed to a member, he will be notified of the contents that his has rights to see and only those ones. If a member wants to limit the access to a specific contnet to his friends or a collection of friends or a group, you will be notified only if you belongs to one of these categories
Just installed your plugin and so far it's working really good.
I was looking for a plugin like this, but with even intenser options:
The community I'm building is a rather small group of people (about 50) and the level of participation is bound to vary. Therefore I was looking for a way not only to open up the community beyond the site (by emphasising on e-mail notifications), but also focus on e-mail handling i.e. extensive digestion options as to not baffle people with notifications, but allow them to set digestion to
once a day, once a week, once a month (for ex-volunteers who want to stay in the loop without participating), or rather triggered by group owners or "overruled" by admin.
Do you think it would be possible to use your plugin as a basis for this, or is that a silly idea?
Thanks for your contribution