January 27, 2018 at 10:19 pm #13145
I want to set up 3 different membership levels but with different renewal options:
1) bronze level – A user signs up for free and is given access to all content for 2 weeks, after this time when they login they are directed to a page where they can renew for £20. Then each year after they can renew for £10.
2) silver level – A user signs up for free and is given access to all content for 1 year, after this time they are directed to a page which lets them renew for £20. Then each year after they can renew for £10.
3) gold level – A user pays £20 and is given access to all content for 1 year, after this time they are directed to a page which lets them renew for £10. Then each year after they can renew for £10.
Is this possible?January 28, 2018 at 9:22 pm #13151
Hi, please read the following documentation. This should help you with your questions.
Let me know if you need more information.
Kind regardsJanuary 28, 2018 at 9:48 pm #13155
Thanks – is there way of showing a different renewal button depending on the membership level they are renewing? for instance if they have a bronze membership, and it expires i want them to see a renewal button which allows only bronze members to renew for £10. If they have a silver membership and that expires, i want them only to see a renewal button for £20.
AntJanuary 28, 2018 at 11:36 pm #13156
Hi, when you create a standard PayPal button you can give what ever title you want. This then lets the member know which button they need to click on based on their membership level.
Remember the member will be allowed to review their account based on their membership level.
Let me know if this makes sense to you?
RegardsJanuary 29, 2018 at 12:30 pm #13157
Thanks, I’ve managed to achieve what i wanted to do. The issue I had is this:
I set up all the members myself through the admin panel.
All of the users are given access to all of the content, but the difference between the membership accounts is that some get 2 weeks free trial, some get 1 year free and some have to pay for 1 year membership. When their memberships expire, they are taken to the renewal page but I don’t want the members to see a list of buttons that they could click to renew, because I want each member’s renewal to cost different amounts. I don’t want the user who has had 2 weeks free trial to be able to renew their membership for the same fee as the member who has had 1 years paid for membership. Which could happen if they click on the wrong button to get access for a less expensive amount.
To achieve this I added different renewal buttons on the renewal page, and only allowed the users who’s accounts had expired for a particular level to see the correct button. I did this using the short code that hides partial content depending on the expired membership level.
Phew – that was difficult to explain. fantastic plugin by the way.January 29, 2018 at 9:39 pm #13159
Hi, well done. I am happy to hear that you found a way to achieve your goal using an addon. By the way your explanation was very informative. This will also help others who might run into a similar situation as yours.
Thank you for complimenting our plugin 🙂
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.