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January 5, 2021 at 11:00 pm in reply to: emember – Any shortcodes that can be used by an admin to fetch a user's info #82242
I would like to have my membership confirmation/renewal page display the logged on member’s Name, membership level, expiration date, and current status – much like the WP eMember logon widget does. This will help members who are close to or at their expiration date know where they stand in regards to renewal.
Regards, Jay MeredithJanuary 5, 2021 at 1:15 pm in reply to: emember – Any shortcodes that can be used by an admin to fetch a user's info #82231
I am particularly interested in a shortcode which displays a members status in a form
WP eMember pass membership expiration date
I would like to be able to pass the WP eMember expiration date and membership level to audience records in MailChimp for our monthly newsletter campaign. This way the recipients of the newsletter would be able to know what kind of membership they have and when it is due to expire.
It would be ideal if this could be encapsulated in a cron job to be run every night so the MailChimp audience would always be in sync with WP eMember.
Is this possible in WP eMember? If this would require custom programming is it still possible and what might it cost me?
Regards, Jay MeredithMarch 8, 2019 at 5:32 am in reply to: Choosing the payment – buttons created with WP eMember or integrate the payment #78547
I love eMember! I would like to know if the payment buttons can be used for non-member payments, such as pre-registering for an event, or do I have to do this outside WP eMember entirely?
I re-installed and re-configured MailPoet including adding a new list (ID 3) and making sure the WP eMember membership levels pointed to the new list.
After clearing Chrome cache and in a new session, I changed a I changed a member’s membership level. This time the WP eMember member was added to Mail Poet’s subscribers, but in an unconfirmed state and without being associated with the list specified in the new membership level. Here is the output from the debug log:
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – SUCCESS :Performing membership level specific autoresponder signup if specified.
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – SUCCESS :List name specified for this membership level is: 3
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – SUCCESS :MailPoet newsletter integration. Debug data: email@example.com|3|Dorky|Dude
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – FAILURE :MailPoet signup error: SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: parameter was not defined
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – SUCCESS :End of membership level specific autoresponder signup.
[02/21/2019 6:52 PM] – SUCCESS :emember_membership_changed action hook handler. Updating user role if applicable
Any ideas?February 20, 2019 at 7:54 pm in reply to: Only send payment link after admin approval of account? #58205
I have need for a variation of this procedure. We have memberships based on whether a person is local or remote or is a single or family membership. Each membership has different dues. The club board must approve a potential member and determine what type of membership level to assign before the potential member pays dues and becomes an actual member.
Here’s an example of such a work flow:
1. The potential member clicks the Join Now button where he is registered for a free account in pending status.
2. The Membership Administrator reviews the new registration, then manually approves it by changing the potential member’s membership level to that most appropriate.
3. The potential member is then sent a message that contains a link to a confirmation page that details the new membership and provides a payment button for that membership level ONLY.
4. Upon payment, the potential member now becomes an active member.
It would be nice if these single membership payment pages could also be used as a renewal pages.
I have figured out how to do steps 1 and 2, but how about steps 3 and 4?
I registered as a non-member to a free registration level which does not have a link to a MailPoet list. The new pending member did not appear on the list as expected. Here’s the output from eMember_debug.txt for that transaction:
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :Processing registration submission…
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :Member registration complete email successfully sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :Admin notification email successfully sent to: email@example.com
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :===> Performing autoresponder signup if needed <===
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :Performing membership level specific autoresponder signup if specified.
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :MailPoet newsletter integration. Debug data: firstname.lastname@example.org||Dorky|Dude
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – FAILURE :MailPoet signup error: Missing value for custom field “Member Type”
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :End of membership level specific autoresponder signup.
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :Performing global autoresponder signup if specified.
[02/18/2019 11:51 PM] – SUCCESS :End of global autoresponder signup.
Regards, Jay Meredith
Hi! I am having trouble figuring out this wp emember / MailPoet integration thing.
WP eMember version: 10.1.8
MailPoet Version: 3.19.1
WP eMember MailPoet Newsletter Addon Version: 1.1
WP eMember Member Bulk Import Version: 1.2
Sequence of actions:
1. Installed MailPoet, bulk loaded subscribers, created lists, sent a test newsletter.
2. Installed WP eMember.
3. Installed WP eMember Member Bulk Import.
4. Installed WP eMember MailPoet Newsletter Addon.
5. Created Membership levels; specified Autoresponder list id 5 in some levels per instructions.
6. Per WP eMember MailPoet Newsletter Addon instructions, did not specify anything in the WP eMember – Settings – Autoresponder Settings.
8. Imported 117 members into WP eMember with preset membership levels and member status – Pending (because we will be approving members manually).
I have looked at MailPoet List 5 and saw there were only the 3 subscribers that was in the list when we tested in step 1. None of the WP eMembers were added to the list per the subscriber count.
Is there something I forgot to do?
Is there a way to add the missing WP eMembers to the MailPoet list again?