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    I thought I would do a quick post here before I went in search of the answer, but is there a way or has anyone found a way to show products in the buddypress activity stream when they are added?


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    You’d probably have to hook into the activity stream functions/class somehow and create an entry each time a product is published. I’ve got no idea how to do that off the top of my head. There are some good BuddyPress & WooCommerce integration plugins on wordpress.org you might grab them and see how they do it to custom code your own.




    Just to follow up on this post. I found a way using the code below. whenever a product is created it gets posted to the activity stream.

    edit: still not sure how to embed code on this site? however follow this link and you’ll see the code


    wondering this also, where do i put the code to show this in buddypress feed?


    i saw this plugin https://themekraft.com/products/woocommerce-buddypress-integration/ but this is totally different then wc vendor correct.


    Ok, this is the code this user above was wanting to post.. the gist. This would go in your theme functions.php. I HAVE NOT TESTED THIS so I do not know if it will nuke your site when you put it in your functions.php. Use FTP and /or a dev site so you can remove it if it does:

    FYI: ThemeKraft actually has a plugin specifically to integrate WC Vendors and BuddyPress. I have not tested with this one in a while, but I know the theme author is helpful and usually it works well for users: https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-wc-vendors/

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