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Unmaintained New User New Thread 1.11

Create a new thread each time a new user is registered

  1. AndroidOS
    Compatible XF Versions:
    • 1.5
    Visible Branding:
    The New User New Threads addon creates a new topic (in a forum of your choice) each time a new user is registered.

    • Choose the forum the thread should be posted in
    • Choose the user who posts the thread
    • Have the newly registered user to post the thread themselves (automatically)
    • Change the thread title and message body to suit your needs
    • Download and unzip the folder
    • Upload the 'library' folder into your XenForo installation root
    • Go to ACP > Install New Addon and upload addon-newUserNewThread
    • This addon has only been tested with XenForo 1.5.x, however it may still work with older version
    • Please report any bugs (or feature suggestions) to me and I will do my best to include them in future updates.
    Related Resources:
    This addon is based off of the unmaintained NUNS addon: https://xenforo.com/community/threads/nuns-new-user-notification-system.33477/


    1. Options_ New User New Thread Options _ Admin (1).png
    2. Options_ New User New Thread Options _ Admin.png
    3. Welcome Last Test to Matthew's Lair! _.png
    4. Welcome Test Own to Matthew's Lair! _.png

Recent Updates

  1. Version 1.11 Update
  2. Version 1.10 Update
  3. Version 1.03 Update

Recent Reviews

  1. Artenen
    Version: 1.11
    Great little tool especially with sites where hiding user info is used (meta gaming roleplay server stuff). This allows folks to say hello and connect which helps in organic user sharing and growth.
  2. Earth2Luke
    Version: 1.03
    Thank you for fixing the issue I was having. It works perfectly now! However, I don't see the option to "Change the thread title and message body to suit your needs" as it suggests in the 'features.' Perhaps that is something I am unable to find, or... ?
    1. AndroidOS