While logged as admin, change the URL to <yourdomain>/member. It should show current members profile page.
Honestly, I was looking at Buddypress at this very moment. It seems a lot of complexity but at least you have plenty of documentation and resources (maybe too much). I’ll give ultra community another day before opting out.
All I need is to have a way to group users (non profit organizations in this case) in themes so a visitor looking for “animal welfare orgs”, “human rights”, or “fighting poverty”, for example, will find a list with organizations he/she may help. Each organization would have a profile page with its activities, volunteer opportunities, contact info, how to donate, etc.
Well, I finally was able to create groups and assign users. As Admin I accessed my profile (/member) page and on the left, there was an arrow down at the right side of the user’s name. Clicking the arrow dow a menu shows up with a + Create New Group option.
Hope that helps.
just sent you through the contact form.