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  1. Thanks for this article. I am currently using memberpress for my membership and I’m considering using wpforms for the sign ups instead of just the memberpress forms. Is it possible to integrate the payment methods, also the offline payment method memberpress offers, with the wpforms? And also integrate new users from wpforms and memberpress into the same Aweber Email list?

    1. Hi Joanna,

      We currently don’t have a way of integrating the payment methods from Memberpress with WPForms at this time so I apologize for the inconvenience. As for AWeber, we do offer an Aweber integration that will allow users to be added to your AWeber list once they submit a form. You should be able to integrate users from both WPForms and Memberpress into the same list.

      I hope this helps!

  2. Would this work if I need to have a WP page that has to unlock a new page every two weeks, but only that page? Page will have videos with text explanation that has to be mobile friendly.
    – Another version of subscription would have access to all of the locked workout pages.
    – Would also need a place to ask questions.
    – Needs to be on regular site with a link on site page.

    The article was really helpful. Thank you.

  3. Hi There, is it possible for the registered member to post a custom post once they login. This is what I am looking for as each member can post a volunteer opportunity ( which is custom post) they will have and these posts they post can be visible on the website to everyone.

    Thanks

    1. Hi Praveen! Yes, with our Post Submission addon you can allow users to submit posts to your site.
      If you would like to allow this for logged in users only, then you can also use our Form Locker addon, which can restrict access to a form for logged in users only.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  4. Hi there, thank you for this article. It does simplifies the process nicely and gets the the important points nice and quick, but I am wondering of there is a way ( and how : ) to use WPForms for the registration forms rather then the base forms. I don’t need to have payment for this particular site, but would like to use some of the functions and the much nicer layout options within WPForms. I have seen something with another forms component but have always preferred WPForms 🙂 so thought I would ask. Please forgive me if there was info in this page, but I did read over and didn’t see anything.

    1. Hi Rejane,
      In WPForms we only have PayPal, Stripe and Authorize.net payment options. I’m not aware of the payment options provided in the membership plugins, but you can check this with the plugin’s support team.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  5. Hello there, what are the steps to integrate MemberPress with wpforms? Can seem to find any information on there is a mention of it that it works with it but there is no Doc to how to accomplish this. Also what part does wpforms take care of and what part MemberPress handle? Especially collecting information from user / potential member and who will be handling payment? such as reoccurring payments ie monthly or yearly or give option to pay installment for yearly membership and also with the option if you have setup fee / registration fee also offering discount option to redue setup fee ie 50% disclount or a $ amount?

    1. Hi Ezekiel!
      We don’t have any direct integration with MemberPress. When you get a chance, could you please share more details, or possibly an example of what you’re looking to do?

      With WPForms you can create a registration form using our User Registration addon.
      Also, you can accept payments for the user registrations with the Stripe addon where you can set up recurring payments.
      However, WPForms doesn’t allow users to edit their user profile, this can be done on the MemberPress side.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one 🙂

  6. Hello, is it possible to have these set up and delegate access to certain premium contaents to certain members who satisfy certain requirements but not necessarily on-site payment? for example i have content i want specific group of people to see but these group of people are selected by certain criterias that does not include payment.

    1. Hey Sokki – Great question! I am afraid you will need to contact the plugin support for such insights. Contacting them might help because even if they don’t have any such feature, they might be able to suggest some workaround.

      Have a good one:)

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