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Friend Lists | plugin

Friend Lists

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Last updated Dec 4 '15
Published Apr 20 '15

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Details

Plugin title Friend Lists
Item published Sergey Kambalin
Category Collaboration, Social networking
Price $30
Compatible with 1.8.0, 1.8.1, 1.8.2, 1.8.3, 1.8.4
Demo page demo.oxpro.org
License OSCL
Terms of Use view
Description
Plugin adds possibility for users to organize their friends into groups like Family, Colleagues, Close Friends, and so on.
It will help users who have a lot of friends.

The plugin is integrated w...
Plugin adds possibility for users to organize their friends into groups like Family, Colleagues, Close Friends, and so on.
It will help users who have a lot of friends.

The plugin is integrated with Privacy plugin and adds more flexibility in privacy management.
User is able to select not only "My Friends" option in privacy settings, he can also select any of his friend lists.

Requirements:
Oxwall 1.7.5+
Oxwall Friends ( Latest version )
Oxwall Privacy ( Latest version )
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Total product rate

Based on 7 reviews

Customer reviews

Morena Milani
Excellent

Good management and for privacy

Was it helpful? Yes·No Helpful for 1 out of 1 people

Morena Milani,
Jun 22 '15
Bryan
Must-have for extended privacy

Adds a little bit more privacy and sorting, works as it should. If it allowed status updates to be shared to specific friend lists, I believe it would definitely be worth its salt.

Was it helpful? Yes·No Helpful for 1 out of 1 people

Bryan,
Nov 19 '15

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