March 5, 2015 at 6:49 am #12307
I love that these tools have many options. What I am trying to setup a lifetime membership site; where members pay once for a membership and get access to a group of files and folders. I am looking for anyone that has setup anytime similar and how about it you did it.
The idea is that they have access to the files / folders / pfg information for as long as they are a member which is for life. They register and pay once and then they are given the lifetime membership.
Any help in moving in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
TamerMarch 5, 2015 at 8:18 pm #68934wzpModerator
Since you already have eStore, just setup a membership level with a Subscription Duration of “No Expiry or Until Cancelled” and protect the entire site.
March 22, 2015 at 8:47 am #68935
Alright this is all working out very well for us. We are very pleased with your product. Thank you very much. I have one question that is not specific to your products but a general information on how you would suggest is the best approach. We have about 20 folders and those folders have nested folders. We do not require (at this time; but may need it in the future) granular access for our members. In other words, right now, a member has access to all the folders and all the files and sub-folders living there. In the future, we may want some granular access (group X gets folder X,Y,Z) and so on. What folder management / upload strategy would you recommend?March 22, 2015 at 9:00 am #68936
Everything that I am reading is discussing a single file download and a link that would be emailed to the member once they purchase the file. Is there a way to do a group of files and folders and give them access to them whenever they want without a single url for each and every file?
TamerMarch 22, 2015 at 10:57 pm #68937adminKeymaster
We don’t have an option for folder management. Usually people will zip the whole folder and a make file. Then you can easily give that zip file to the members.
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