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This is pretty much a very similar question to my previous one: Buddypress:bp_get_options_nav outside the Group?

I have the Group ID in my Post Meta, I also have the same slug. Each post has a single group associated with it (automatically created after a post has been made). I need to display the "Join this group" button in the post.

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Here $current_group_id is your group id which you have to get your post meta.

$current_group_id = $bp->groups->current_group->id;
$group = groups_get_group( array( 'group_id' => $current_group_id ) );     

       if(bp_loggedin_user_id())
       {
            if( 'public' == $group->status ) {
                echo '<a id="group-' . esc_attr( $current_group_id ) . '" class="join-group" rel="join" title="' . __( 'Join Group', 'buddypress' ) . '" href="' . wp_nonce_url( bp_get_group_permalink( $group ) . 'join', 'groups_join_group' ) . '">' . __( 'Join Group', 'buddypress' ) . '</a>';
            }
        }
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