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Show members list of content pages they can access

Hi I'm work on a course based member site, each course has it own page that contains all of the course content. I'm using membermouse bundles to restrict access to pages and allow members to purchase more than one course.



My problem is once they login I need to show a list of the courses they purchased and the links to the pages. I'd like to do this right on the homepage but I need the list to be dynamic as some people may purchase different courses.

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Hi

I have been trying to do this too. If you have a common membership level but different bundles purchased I cant figure out how to make the specific membership home page only show the active bundles for that user.

Is it the member decision smart tag?
I answered my own question, you can use a member decision smart tag to show or hide a list of available content right on the members homepage. I built it up using an equation and it works perfectly - although it is a bit fiddly to set up.
Would you be willing to post your code to show us what you did and how? Right now I am having fits setting things up.
@Akilah T - Can you please copy/paste the code you used so that we can learn from it. I'm trying to make a page that lists all the accessible content (not in the widget area) and can't seem to get it done.
Lots of interest in how to do this! Me too...
Hi there, I just followed this info

http://support.membermouse.com/knowledgebase/articles/319171-smarttag-equationshis


I built up one like this

[MM_Member_Decision hasBundle='1|2|4|3'] to show material to those that have these bundles - and one like this to show selected page links to those that dont have these bundles.
[MM_Member_Decision hasBundle='!(1|2|4|3)']

Close the tags too of course, works a treat.
This would be great as I am working on a similar site
Answer Looks like lot of people are searching for this. Here is the step-by-step guide to dynamically adding new content links from your drip content to a member's HomePage:

1. Install and Activate "amr shortcode any widget" (search for the plugin name from your plugins page and install + activate)
2. You will see a new widget area titled "widgets for shortcodes" on the right hand side of your "widgets" page in wp admin
3. Drag and Drop "MM protected Content" on "widgets for shortcodes"
4. Configure "MM protected Content" to your liking (mine is selected to Show Available Content" )
5. Go to your member home page and "Edit"
6. Add the following shortcode in the content area: [do_widget_area title=false]
7. Done!

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