Once you have created your unique member homepage, this article will explain the final process to get members directed to that newly created page after they login. If you still need to create the member homepage, you can read more about Creating a Member Homepage.
From the WordPress Dashboard, you can find Member Homepage Settings by clicking MemberMouse > General Settings then choose the Other Settings tab.
Setting the unique landing page for when members login
Members can be directed to the standard WordPress homepage as set under Settings > Reading by choosing the last option under Member Homepage Settings.
If you prefer that each membership level has its own unique landing page, check the first box under Member Homepage Settings. After the Member HomePage has been created, the members will be directed to that page after login.
To learn more about making that unique page, please read Creating a Member Homepage
Setting the unique homepage for when members are logged in and click to go to the site's homepage
You have two options for logged in members when they click 'Home' links. Either they can be directed to the static homepage as defined in Settings > Reading or they can be directed to the unique homepage that was set in the previous paragraph.
Those two options are the 2nd and 3rd check boxes located below "When members are logged in and click to go to the site's homepage." Simply choose your option by checking the box, then Save Settings and now members will be directed to the page you intend when they click 'Home' links.
If you want your logged in members to be directed to a homepage specific to their membership level after they click on "Home" links, then you will select the first radio button:
NOTE: If you select the homepage associated with their membership level, then they will not be able to visit the main Front page
If you want your logged in members to be able to visit the main front page when clicking links to your site's homepage, then you will want to select the second option: