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- November 19, 2020 at 5:13 am #2611somemuslimParticipant
I’ve set up a few websites requiring renewals of memberships but I haven’t really used anything other than PMPro. I was wondering if you have used any other plugins and why you use it.
The main limitation I reached with PMPro was that a user can only have one ongoing membership. In other words, I found the plugin lacking if I want to sell multiple memberships to one user (this is useful in cases where I may have multiple addons to the service that the user can sign up for, etc.).
I’m open to hearing anything you’ve to throw out there,
Cheers.November 19, 2020 at 5:13 am #2612ideadudeGuest
Try the Multiple Memberships per User add on for PMPro.
It has some limitations. You can only have multiple levels at one checkout when using Stripe. (With other gateways, users will have to do a separate checkout for each level if they are recurring) It doesn’t work with some of the other add ons yet.
Learn how to get it for free here. https://www.paidmembershipspro.com/free/
Here are some other work arounds that work in some cases you would want multiple levels per user. https://www.paidmembershipspro.com/multiple-membership-levels-per-user-pmpro-workarounds/
RE other plugins. WooCommerce Subscriptions probably does it best. I’m pretty sure MemberPress does a lot of work to allow multiple levels per user.
Hope this helps.November 19, 2020 at 5:13 am #2614ashkanahmadiGuest
What I use is YITH Automatic Role Changer but it works only with WooCommerce. When someone buys a certain product, their role switches and all the conditions are according to the user’s role. I’m not sure if that’s what you are looking forNovember 19, 2020 at 5:13 am #2615I_am_PaulyGuest
I use to use the skyverge membership plugin. while it was good and it did have a lot of features, i moved to Plugin Republic – Members Only – [https://pluginrepublic.com/wordpress-plugins/](https://pluginrepublic.com/wordpress-plugins/)
It is slightly limited, it is enough for most sites. I use it to restrict products to members. I like it as it uses the wordpress user roles to determine the membership (add as many as you want) and it allows you to have more than 1 role per user.
You can add extra signup fields and create your own. (also chose what user role if you want clients to choose their role)
What it doesn’t to (yet) is restrict pages. I just use a basic 3rd party plugin that does this, no big deal for me.
It’s not as powerful as sky verge membership but it’s also a fraction of the price and does a good job of it.
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