Daily number of posts
Is there a way to see how many posts are made per day ?
3 days with out any response .
There is no such function in wpForo.
P.S. Please note, that not all topics are responded in this forum, we cannot do 100% support here. In most cases we help and response topics where we can provide some solution or help. If we have no idea or solution we may response very late or even do not response, hoping that other members may provide some solution in that topic. So if you don't see quick response it means we don't have solution for that.
At least say that you dont know
and dont let us waiting for you, this brakes our nervous system, mine at least.
You will spend the same amount of time, if you reply in 5 hours or in 5 days.
Hi @central4allgmail-com . You can try to ask someone who might be familiar with database administration to help you with that too.
That type of developer can create a database "query" on your WordPress user tables to specifically pull user IDs, usergroup ID, with their corresponding forum post count for a corresponding start and end date and specific time period, while that developer is logged in to your database.
You have to be careful though because there might be some developers who can abuse that type of access to your database and compromise the privacy of the users of your forum. There might be a code snippet somewhere on Google that can help you with that. (It's better if you do that yourself, maybe just ask how it's done and then do the query yourself in your database).
You can see the inside of your database if your webhost gives a Control Panel and that you can access your phpMyAdmin and then just familiarize yourself with your database structure.
Hope that helps point you to the direction you want to go of learning "how to get total post counts per day". It's a Database Administration type of "querying" and "reporting" that's why php and Database Developers get paid big because it's not as easy as it seems. Good luck and God bless you. 🙂
@Robert thank you for providing "above and beyond" support for wpForo. 🙂 I do appreciate that you and @Sofy and @Martin also provide tips that are even outside of the topic of wpForo. Thank you for your patience. 🙂