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Users Homepage 3.1.1

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Allows your members to customize which forums appear in their forum index homepage when signed in. Set which forums you would like to require, flag new forums and manually add new forums to members forum selections.


  1. Each member can customize which forums appear on their homepage (index).
  2. Guest button that points to sign in page to encourage guests to sign up in order to customize their homepage.
  3. New forum flagging for forums that are added X days after creation. Shown both on the home page and selections page.
  4. Set which forums are required when customizing a homepage.
  5. Set which groups can not customize their homepage.
  6. Special prompt appears when a user visits a forum that is not in their homepage.
  7. Included link so members can peek at all homepage forums without saving.
  8. Member can disable homepage customization at any time and all forums will show as normal.
  9. Rebuild tool to manually add new forums to a members customized homepage.

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Edited by Michael.J

What's New in Version 3.1.1   See changelog


IP.Board 4.7.x compatibility fix.

Support topic found here.

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Karma Goddess

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This plugin solves a major problem for sites that have a lot of forums, especially forums with sharply different areas which have content of zero interest to certain users. By empowering users to create their own custom home page and get rid of all those things they don't care about this can only help one's site.

At first use it's a little counter-intuitive for the users, but after a small learning curve it really is fantastic.

The biggest downside is that in mobile view the buttons take up too much space at the top. Modifying the CSS really helped in this regard. I do wish that the buttons would be below the forums and not in the header area (although I don't know if this would be easily possible). I think the vast majority of users will configure this once and rarely, if ever, have the need to touch it again. It's also great that it has the option to enable showing when new forums have become available (which you would not see otherwise once your page is already customized.

The current 4.5 version (3.1.0) works fine in 4.6.

Response from the author:

Thank you for the suggestions, they will be included in the next update.

If you have any suggestions on how to make it easier for members to understand, please let me know!

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