May 4, 2022 at 9:43 pm #84358dominicusbParticipant
I have a functioning site using your plugin and I allow multiple membership levels.
When from the admin side adding a new member the default page has predifined chosen the newest membership level (see picture)
I have membership levels starting from ID number 2….9
And it always predifined chooses level 9 when adding a new member.
Can this level be automatically level 2 (in the picture JBY-level?)
Because when I open the add new member page it automatically puts levelnumber 9 (Styrelse) in that field
So I always have to change this for every member I create
There should be an option to define what is the default level when creating a new member in the back-end
I can ofcourse go into the php table and change the ID number to the right number, make the IDs in another order. But there should be an easier way.
Thanks for any input,
DominicusMay 4, 2022 at 9:48 pm #84361adminKeymaster
No, it doesn’t have that option. By default when you are going to the manual add option in the admin interface, you need to enter values for all the required fields.
Our plugin was mainly created for an automated membership registration process:
If you are doing too many manual entries, then you may have a different type of requirement and our plugin may not be 100% suitable for this project.May 4, 2022 at 10:46 pm #84363dominicusbParticipant
I understand what you are saying but I just thought it would be nice to have that functionality build in.
I ended up reassigning the membership levels in phpMyadmin so that the last membership level ID number is number 9 and then this is automatically visible in the membership level field when entering a new member manually from the admin side.
Scrolling down I then can choose to add more membership levels depending on the person being added.
I just thought the logic on the membership level IDs was not-logical as it automatically chooses the last membership level and not the first one. This is why I wanted to have the possibility to choose default membership level in the settings.
Another way around would be to have the membership level list ordered the other ways around so that IDs are ordered from first to last and not from last to first as it is now.
But as I said I already changed the order using phpmyadmin
Thanks for you help anyway,
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