This resource will display the country flag of user in several places of the entire suite, including third-party resources. It uses the Geo location to grab the country when a new user register an account or when existing users logs in on your board. Clicking on the flag will give you a list of all users from that country.
IPS Geolocation is an active license perk so you need to have an active license to countries get picked by IP Address.
New members: new members will have their country detected when they register the account
Existing members: Country will be recognized when member is online or if allowed by the admin, go to Account Settings and pick your country.
Display country flag everywhere: will display the country flag in several places from official apps like on Forums, Gallery, Blogs, Pages, Gallery, Downloads, including its widgets and third-party resources. If disabled, will display the country name + flag only on user profile.
If you disable this option, a new setting will show up so you can choose specific applications where to show the flags.
Groups allowed to change the country: users from selected groups will be able to change their country on Account Settings. Sometimes Geolocation picks an wrong country, so the user will be able to fix it.
Compatible with Community Map., by @Martin A.:
Select which countries your advertisements will appear in. Integrates with the Commerce app to sell ad products to selected countries. Setup regions for quick access to multiple countries.
Integrates with IPB4 advertisements.
Integrates with the Commerce application to sell ad products with selected countries. (Requires Commerce app)
Setup multi country regions for quick repeat additions.
Setup a default loading country if the geo location fails to identity the users country.
Setup a default ad to show if no ads are setup to match a members country.
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Do you need to track the activities of specific members on your forum? Track Members will allow you to track the steps of any member as they interface with your forum and it is highly configurable to include settings for time frame and a multitude of trackable actions (Account Actions, Profile Actions, Messenger Actions, Content Actions). It also provides settings for automatic member tracking for members being warned as well as new members.
Inactive Members and Real Last Activity is a suite of tools and enhancements for your IPS Community, designed to help you measure real last activity, notify users based upon real last activity, and ultimately manage inactive members.
Are you looking to re-engage old or inactive members?
Are you looking to automatically clean out inactive members?
Are you looking to overcome the hidden activity of anonymous users?
Inactive Members and Real Last Activity by @Fosters adds three powerful tools into your admin toolkit to help you intelligently manage the activity of your members.
Inactive Members adds new rule-making capabilities to your Members tab in the ACP which empower you to engage inactive members and attract them back; manage inactive members by automatically moving them to another membergroup or permanently deleting them; and automate the entire setup in a seamless and constant back-end process.
Choose the number of inactive days. Select the action. Save.
Other features on Inactive Members include:
Write multiple rules such as 30 days, 60 days, and 180 days based on your own community activity and needs
Exclude certain membergroups so they stay protected from changes
Draft custom email messages using the powerful IPS tag system to customize it to the recipient
Real Last Activity
Real Last Activity adds a new measurement metric to every user profile on the user's actual recorded activity. This can be used to overcome the activities of users who mark themselves as anonymous and participate in the forums without showing their activity.
Bulk Mail Filter
A new filter is added to the IPS Bulk Mail feature. This can be used to sharpen your Bulk Mail targeting to include or exclude anonymous users based upon their real last activity on your community. For users who want to stay anonymous but who actively visit and participate on your website, you can now target them better with your community newsletters and mailings.