BuddyPress includes several useful components right off the bat, such as member types and groups, which can be enabled or disabled. These features can also be extended by several plugins.
MatchPress adds powerful matching features to BuddyPress. Member likes, skips, super likes, conditional private messaging and much more to come!
By default, BuddyPress only shows members considered as “active members” on the site. Even if you manually activated the users, there is one more step to make them visible.
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