Support » Plugin: WebinarPress » Charging entry to webinar

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  • Lucy Eind

    (@lucyproductionz)

    Hi ddominguez2007,

    Yes that’s possible in the Pro version of WP WebinarSystem, which is integrated with WooCommerce.

    When a customer buys a webinar ticket for one of your paid webinars, he/she will receive an unique link in their inbox after purchase. After clicking on it he/she will get access to the webinar. So the only way for sharing a login is if people who bought the webinar will spread/forward their unique link, and then other people will be able to login with their email address. But you will have this issue with al sorts of software.

    More about this feature:
    https://www.wpwebinarsystem.com/doc/integrate-with-woocommerce/

    Let us know if you have any further questions!

    Regards,
    Lucy

    Hi Lucy, I have a question regarding to this. I’ve installed the free versiĆ³n but I’m really interested in the pro version for the whole functionalities; but I see that it works with google hangouts or vimeo so people who paid for a ticket can click on the youtube logo and share the link! So is there a way to have the webinars only for paid attendees? I know as you say above, in response to ddominguez2007, that they can share the unique link but if they can access the hangout link the webinars would be public, am I right?

    @strid: Has your question been answered?

    Plugin Author WPWebinarSystem

    (@wpwebinarsystem)

    Helloo @strid & @mpek,

    When conducting a livestream using Hangouts we would advise you to make this stream private so the public can’t see it. If the paid webinar is recorded, then you can use the custom player within the plugin with your pre-recorded mp4 file!

    Regards,
    WP WebinarSystem

    Hi just curious if anyone who posted in this thread has conducted a paid webinar with the plugin? If so, how did it go? Did you have problems with it being public accessible?

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