Mailchimp Add On v2.1.2 Released: Enhancements and Bug Fixes

v2.1.2 of the Mailchimp Add On repairs certain cases where a member was not removed from the audience after membership expiration. We’ve also fixed a few other issues to avoid errors and improve usability.

Create Members-Only Events with PMPro and Popular Events Plugins for WordPress

Events Add On for Paid Memberships ProWe’re excited to announce a new Add On that allows you to restrict access to events with four popular events plugins: Events Manager, The Events Calendar, Sugar Calendar, and All-in-One Event Calendar. This integration Add On is available in the WordPress Plugin Repository.

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Tips and Tricks to Simplify Membership Site Management in the Backend

Time is a precious resource for most membership site founders and managers. This article aggregates some of our most popular posts related to managing your membership site on the backend. These are the key Add Ons, code recipes, and workflow hacks I myself use in managing the PMPro membership community—and I know they can also help you as a manager of your own membership program.

Tips and tricks for managing your membership site.

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Speed Up Member and User Search in Your WordPress Site

If your membership has grown to a large number of users, you may be noticing a slow down of your admin user search. This recipe allows you to perform a search on a specific user or user meta field name including the login, nicename, email, url, and display_name. With this code in place, you can…

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Make All Order Fields Editable in the Memberships > Orders Admin Page.

To protect you from accidentally editing member orders, the core PMPro plugin leaves the order’s unique code, payment_transaction_id, and subscription_transaction_id as read-only. There are certain cases where the administrator or membership manager may need to edit certain fields on a member’s order. This recipe uses the pmpro_orders_read_only_fields filter to make all fields or certain fields…

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Troubleshooting Guide: Users Not Created at Checkout

This guide provides troubleshooting steps if your site is failing to create user accounts at checkout.

The same troubleshooting steps apply when your site is successfully processing membership payments or freezing at checkout entirely. You will know that this is happening if users report a white screen at checkout or if you see Orders in the Memberships > Orders admin page with the “User” listed as [none].

Filter Members-Only CPTs from Searches and Archives

PMPro offers a setting to filter and hide members-only content in your site’s blog, archives and search results. You can select this option on the Memberships > Settings > Advanced Settings page. If you’re using the Custom Post Type Membership Access Add On, you can apply this same setting to CPTs with a custom filter…

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BuddyPress Integration Add On v1.2.3 Released

We’ve continued to improve and address edge cases with this newest release of the BuddyPress Integration Add On for Paid Memberships Pro. You can update the plugin via the Dashboard > Updates page in your WordPress admin. Read on to explore the full list of improvements.

Set Display Name for BuddyPress Profile at Membership Checkout

Many membership sites use BuddyPress to facilitate communication, messaging, and member engagement. By default, BuddyPress sets the user’s profile name as their selected user login. If you would like a more personalized BuddyPress profile, check out this recipe to set the name to the user’s First and Last name….

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