Sometimes, a little compassion goes a long way. This code recipe will give your members a 15-day grace period for their membership. When your members reach their expiration date, this grace period will come into effect. Allowing your members to get their account in order without losing access to the content of your membership site….
I’m happy to announce that the wait is (almost) over—on July 6 we will be releasing the new Approvals Add On. And to kick off the launch, Jason will demo the add on via live stream at 1pm EDT.
With this Add On you will be able to set up a unique approval or application process for your membership site. It’s a necessary feature for many membership sites that want to control who can gain access to your community or restricted content.
I was looking to do some research on which PMPro Customers start as the “Free Download” level, then later upgrade to PMPro Membership or the Little Help Here Package – so I wrote a plugin to easily reveal that data on the user profile screen. Sweet!
If your membership site is structured in tiered access levels, you’re probably curious to see an individual member’s “history” of membership. By default, you could search for a user in the Memberships > Orders admin screen in the WordPress dashboard. This plugin just makes it a little easier to isolate the member history for each unique user.