Just signed up and installed on our phpbb forum. As per the documentation, users automatically get up in the pre-defined group called Registered OneAll users. Is there a way to avoid this so we don't have to setup permissions etc again or how does this work. New to all of this.
Edit: So i was able to successfully register with a social network which is a good step but the user got put in both the newly registered and registered group (wasn't called Registered OneAll users as per the documentation)?
Normally, the new user gets added to this group, in addition to all others set.
So, it should not interfere with your permission setup.
Maybe there is some other problem.
In your Edited comment, didn't the user get also added to the OneAll group?
Yes, you are correct.
Unfortunately, this is normal because the publicly available plugin (on oneall.com) is not the latest, nor matches the documentation.
We'll update the plugin on oneall.com.
Thanks for reporting.
- disable old
- delete plugin folder
- upload new version
- enable plugin
Yes. That should do it. Just do not delete the data.
The Oneall registered users are members of the normal Registered Users.
They are simply added to the Oneall Registered Users (in addition to the other groups).
Why does the Registered Oneall Users group show as well?
It is difficult to merge the groups, because the user is already part of both groups (registered and Oneall).
How do you display the logged in members group legend? Is it via the Manage Group Positions?
Because there seems to be options to display the group in legend, but that should be off.
Otherwise, we could make the registered OneAll group an optional feature.