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  • Using STRIPE combined with STRIPE PAYMENTS, what is the best way for me to send the login details (URL + password) to my customers after they have paid?

    I would like to have an email being sent to them containing the login details for the online course they just purchased.

    1. I tried putting the info on a Thank you page but it is not safe.
    2. I tried using the Email body available in Stripe Payments > Settings > Emails Settings. With it, I was able to add to get the link of the purchased product, but how can I also include the specific LOGIN PASSWORD related to the product purchased?

    Should I use {custom_field} to do so?

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  • Thread Starter masterhealerwp

    (@masterhealerwp)

    Obvisouly {custom_field} is not meant to be used to communication a predefined password.

    Can anyone please help?
    How can share the login credentials / password related the purchased product in the confirmation email?

    It is very convenient to use {item_url} to share the URL but I cannot find a way to shae a related loing and passwword.
    Why don’t you please integrate something like {item_password} and {item_login}

    I need to launch my product on Monday and this is the only step I need to finalize to do so. Please help.

    Thank you.

    Plugin Contributor Alexander C.

    (@alexanderfoxc)

    Hi.

    Sorry for late reply, out of office during weekends.

    This is generally not a good idea to use the plugin for members registration. Best way is to use plugins that are handling members-related stuff. For example, Simple Membership plugin can be easily integrated with Stripe Payments.

    This is how the integration works:

    1. Install Simple Membership and create membership level for your paid members. You can consult plugin documentation on this. Let’s say your membership level is called “Customer”.

    2. Edit your Stripe Payments product and select “Customer” membership level for it.

    3. When your customer makes a successful purchase, they get an email with registration link. When clicked, they can choose the username and password and complete registration. Name and email are automatically picked from Stripe Payments purchase.

    Thread Starter masterhealerwp

    (@masterhealerwp)

    Thanks for the reply and advice.

    Does integration you are mentioning work with ANY other membership plugin, such as this one: https://fr.wordpress.org/plugins/simple-restrict/

    What I want is to be able to grant my customers access to the online course A, course B, or course X depending on the course they bought. I’m talking about a one-time purchase, not a membership plan with recurring payments.

    Would the integration work in such a scenario?

    Would you know of any tutorial helpming to implement this? I’m tempted to move to PODIA or alike, btu I would like to give WordPress plugins a chance, especially after testing your cool one.

    PS: I have a hard time trying to k

    Plugin Contributor Alexander C.

    (@alexanderfoxc)

    It currently has built-in integration with Simple Membership and eMember membership plugins only.

    What I want is to be able to grant my customers access to the online course A, course B, or course X depending on the course they bought. Iโ€™m talking about a one-time purchase, not a membership plan with recurring payments.

    Would the integration work in such a scenario?

    Yep. There is no need for recurring payments etc. The scenario I explained fits your needs exactly. Your would have to create a membership level for each of your course. E.g. “Course A”, “Course B” etc. Then assign those membership level for each of your Stripe Payments products accordingly. Then you can configure access limitation for your members. E.g. members from “Course A” level can’t access “Course B” content. This all can be done using Simple Membership plugin. It also has built-in Stripe support, possibly you can achieve what you want even without Stripe Payments plugin.

    Thread Starter masterhealerwp

    (@masterhealerwp)

    Thanks again for your help.

    You seem to know Simple Membership quite well: Does it allow to do everything we just talk for free?

    At what point should I have fees or something to buy on my side?

    This is very honest of you to tell me I would not even need Strype Payments. Do you work for both plugins? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I’m using Stripe Payment to get a link I can place in my WordPress sales pages. That links open a Payment popup. I can do this for all of my products. Does Simple Membership enable to this too?

    Plugin Contributor Alexander C.

    (@alexanderfoxc)

    You seem to know Simple Membership quite well: Does it allow to do everything we just talk for free?

    Yep. Some additional functionality is provided by paid add-ons, but I believe you might not even need those for your use-case scenario.

    At what point should I have fees or something to buy on my side?

    There are no additional fees charged by the plugin whatsoever.

    This is very honest of you to tell me I would not even need Strype Payments. Do you work for both plugins? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I have been taking part in Simple Membership plugin development, yes. This is the reason why I know its functionality etc. because I was developing some of it myself ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’m not taking active part in its development currently, but I don’t think much have changed since I was.

    Iโ€™m using Stripe Payment to get a link I can place in my WordPress sales pages. That links open a Payment popup. I can do this for all of my products. Does Simple Membership enable to this too?

    Yep. It’s a bit different than Stripe Payments (Stripe Payments offers much more advanced functionality), but you can also use shortcodes to place payment buttons where you want them.

    Thread Starter masterhealerwp

    (@masterhealerwp)

    Thanks to you, I just installed Simple Membership and I’m testing it.

    I just posted this: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-send-login-details-after-purchase/#post-13464233

    Not sure if you can help with this?

    Also, should I keep Stripe Payment, the only thing I have to do to connect/integrate Stripe Payement and Simple Membership is follow the steps 1 and 2 you described above? Nothing more? Even if my sales pages are on mysite/salespageA.com and my membership content is on a sub-domain like academy.mysite.fr?

    (I’m not a technical guy so you can choose your words accordingly)

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