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Hi!

Our Membership plugin doesn’t have any points/credits system available, unfortunately.

Kirill

Hello. Can your plugin create a membership plan for someone purchasing a specific subscription variation of a product?

Example: I can create memberships easily enough in woocommerce for people renting a BMW but what if I wanted to create a membership for someone renting a BMW with the colour variation “WHITE”?

I want to create blog content with the categories “BMW” and “WHITE” so only members renting a BMW in WHIITE can access that blog. Can your plugin do that?

Hi!

Sure, it is possible. You can create different membership plans for models, like “BMW” in this case, and also by colors as well. Then you can assign both on one variation of the product, and after purchasing that user will end up being in both plans. Or you can create only one plan, which will be for “BMW White” – depends on the specific use-case that you will need. Please try to test this on our demo site – it’s all possible to setup there.

Kirill

Hi.

I have 3 product (gold pack, silver pack, bronze pack) with over 8 variations and over 16,000 variations (it’s a website for real estate agents so literally every suburb in the country is an option). 8 is the number of states and 16,000 suburbs total.

I need to set this up so when an agent buys one of the products, he only has access to posts about that particular suburb.

Example: Agent x buys a Golds pack which includes various books, DVD’s etc but ALSO includes access to pages specifically about the suburb that he’s selected as a variation. (I hope that’s clear??).

I can create the products with the attributes and variations (and can export these in order to use the csv as a template to populate the other thousands of variations, then re-import them). I can create memberships. I can link the two. All good.

But obviously I need to create 16,000×3 membership plans based on those possible variations. I figured I’d create a couple then export those to use as a template – the same as I’d do with products – then fill that csv with the relevant data and re-import.

But I cannot see how to do this. I cannot find an import button and manually creating 16,000×3 membership plans ain’t happening.

Is there a more logical way of doing this that I’m not seeing? Or is there a way of exporting the membership plan as a template and then re-importing it again once I’ve added all the plans?

Hi!

You’re right – currently there’s no import functionality that would allow to create such big amount of membership plans. It may be possible to perform this with some custom code, but it will probably also require some proper development and testing.

Kirill

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