Certain MemberMouse features are reserved for members who are on the Advanced plan or higher. Learn more about the different MemberMouse Plans.
If you see this icon ADVANCED PLAN + it indicates that the feature is reserved for Advanced plan members or higher.
How Do I Upgrade My License
- Log into your account on membermouse.com.
- Go to your My Account page via the link in the right hand navigation to view the License Management Area.
License Management Columns
|Plan||This is the plan level that you are on. Learn more about the different MemberMouse Plans.
For licenses that are currently active you'll see a icon. This icon allows you to run a diagnostic to ensure that the payment scheduler is available on your MemberMouse
plugin. Read this article to learn more about how MemberMouse handles recurring billing.
||In the Authorized URL field, enter the URL for your WordPress site. It's important that the URL you enter matches the URL of your WordPress site exactly. The best way to ensure that you're entering in the URL correctly is to log into your WordPress site, go to the General Settings page and copy the WordPress Address (URL).|
||This is the number of members your site currently has, as well as the number of members allowed based on the plan you are currently on.|
|Upgrade||This is where you can upgrade your current plan to a higher or lower plan. This will cancel the current plan you are on (and any billing) and instantly move you to your new plan.
My Site Is Not Reflecting My New Plan
In order for your website to reflect any additional features you now have access to based on your new plan, your site must check in with our licensing admin. This will usually happen every couple of days. MemberMouse will also send a 'ping' to your site whenever you make a change to your license.
If you have upgraded your plan, and are still not seeing the additional features reflected, you may need to force your site to communicate back with MemberMouse. To do that:
- From the MemberMouse menu go to General Settings
- Hover over Manage Install, and click Repair Install