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View Your Posts

View Your Posts 1.1

No permission to download
Compatible XF 1.x versions
1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5
Description:

Shows members their latest posts.

(Example of View Your Posts link)

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(Example of View Your Posts page)

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(Example of Options page)

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(Example of User Group Permissions)

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Features:

All phrases start with viewyourposts_ for your convenience.

Installation:
  1. Download viewyourposts_v1.0.zip and unzip it.
  2. Upload the Andy folder to your server. The correct location is library/Andy.
  3. From your Admin Control Panel, go to the "Install Add-on" page.
  4. Upload the addon-ViewYourPosts_v1.0.xml file.
  5. Click the Install Add-on button.
Sending a donation:

If you like this add-on, please consider sending a small donation.

https://www.paypal.me/andybajka

Thank you.
Author
AndyB
Downloads
100
First release
Last update
Rating
5.00 star(s) 3 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. See description

    View Your Posts v1.1 changes: Updated Template Modification to use Regular Expression. This...

Latest reviews

Great addon.. thank you
i hope if you can do an other addon to view last theards
thank you again..
Great addon. It does exactly what it says. Easy to configure, no problems with permissions and easy to translate. Thanks!
Some of my users first asked for something like this back in 2009, when we were on vBulletin. Now that we've upgraded to XenForo, I was pleasantly surprised to see that AndyB had created an add-on for this.

While anyone can so a Search for their own posts, there's just nothing like a one-click solution!