I want to validate ( need to make email confirmed property true) user under filter:register.shouldQueue filter. Is any way to do this ?
I'm having trouble finding the best server-side hook to use so I can filter the topics that show for the users (members) who are part of the group. The route is (/groups/<mygroupname>)
I was starting to look at the different hooks but I was having trouble finding the one that is best suited for the topics that display from the members when accessing this /groups/<mygroupname>
The reason I ask:
Currently the default functionality for the groups/<mygroupname> is showing all of the posts that a member made thru out the nodebb categories. I need to filter it to only show the posts the members made for the group they are currently viewing. I was able to accomplish this with some clientside code. However, it is ugly hack because I am removing the already rendered posts that do not belong to the group that the user is viewing. I need to filter this out most likely server-side to get the best user experience.
I tried a few different hooks but I can't seem to find the best one to get this done. I am trying to avoid messing with the nodebb core since I am writing a plugin and wish to just make my adjustments without touching the base.
Basically I have currently a matching category that links to an associated group. I only want the topics posted from that specific group to show inside the group. Just looking for suggestions on best place to filter.
Thanks for any advice.
Group details page doesn't have any hooks right now, but for all pages, you can use the associated "build" hook.
For this page, I believe it'd be
Thank you for this info. My issue is now solved. I was able to perform my serverside filter logic and now everything is great.
FYI - I'm the same guy (username: jremi) that you helped related to the sharing sessions plugin. I was asking you about if using the cross storage solution would work for cross domain cookies.
Thanks again for your help. I really appreciate your assistance.