- In the MemberMouse menu go to Product Settings and click on the Bundles tab.
- Next, click the button.
Note: after creating a bundle you can edit the settings at any time by clicking the pencil icon .
- A dialog box will pop up containing all of the options available for configuring the bundle. To learn more about each option, consult the Bundle Options table below.
- After configuring the bundle, click the button to save your settings.
The name of the bundle is visible to customers on the checkout page.
Indicate whether the bundle is Active (customers can currently sign up) or Inactive (customers cannot sign up).
Indicate whether the bundle is Free or Paid.
|Products (Paid Bundles Only)|
When the bundle type is set to Paid, a list of available products is displayed. Select the product(s) you want to be associated with the bundle. When a customer purchases that product, the bundle will be applied to their account. Each product can only be associated with one bundle, but a bundle may have multiple products. For example, you can have a bundle associated with two products, one that pays monthly and another that pays annually.
If this bundle is the first thing a customer buys, the default membership level specified here will be applied to their account. If an existing member purchases this bundle, their membership level will remain unchanged. If you select
(Only with Integrated Email Provider)
|Short names are passed to your email provider allowing you to segment your list based on which bundles a particular member has access to. You can name the short names anything you want. The best practice is to name it based on your bundle display name so that when you're looking to segment your list on your email provider you can readily associate the short names with the bundle.|
Note: If you use GetResponse as your email provider, your shortname can only contain lowercase letters, numbers, and underscores. Other characters will prevent new members from being added to your lists.
Here you can specify if this bundle should expire after a certain number of days, weeks or months.
Choose the WordPress categories that should automatically be protected by this bundle. By selecting one or more categories here, any WordPress post that is associated with one of the selected categories will automatically be protected.
This is optional description used for internal purposes.