Modify a member's membership plans via API
1) The problem → Need the ability to create membership plans via the API and change which plan a member is assigned to via the API. 2) Why is this important → Our application relies on this ability, we have too many members and memberships to have to manually do this from the dashboard every day. 3) What's your plan B → We don't have one right now. 4) Possible solutions we could build for you → Having these two API calls available even in a test/beta form would be huge.
When selecting coupon code, please don't show archived plans
When selecting coupon code, please don't show archived plans. It can get confusing with the same names.
Import paying members
1) I need some help importing paid members from Memberspace into Memberstack 2) I don’t have too many members to currently switch (currently 60 paid). There are several different types of memberships though - A “founders” membership, a legacy membership, and a current membership (yearly and monthly). As for how much they are paying: founders - $10/m. Legacy - $49/m. Current membership - $59/m. Yearly is $597. And currently, we want to switch before we start scaling the membership (just finished last round of beta testing). Memberstack has a lot more to offer in terms of connections and analytics (specifically with Heap). We also have 200 free members, but I can transfer those myself. 3) Memberspace 4) I know that feature may seem small, but virtually all of my clients currently have memberships in other platforms, such as Kajabi, Thinkific, Teachable, Memberspace, etc. And they all have the ability to import/export members. Keywords: Import, import paid cusomers, paid users, import Stripe customers, import Stripe, Stripe customers, import subscribers, etc.
We're rebuilding Memberstack, launching a small private beta for developers , and releasing a 10x more powerful version of Memberstack. We're rebuilding Memberstack (In progress) We've learned so much over the last 2-years, and it's time to rebuild. 1.0 was a great MVP, but it's simply not able to scale with our team. It's going to take a few months, but Memberstack 2.0 will ship with new functionality like multiple membership plans, permissions, and more advanced APIs. In addition to those massive new features, we're going to be a 100x better place (not an exaggeration) to work on features like social login, a Paypal, OAuth, more UI's, more front-end packages for frameworks like React and Vue, and so on! During this time we'll focus our development efforts on launching 2.0, get feedback from professionals who've been building with user auth and payments for years, and invest our non-technical time into hiring more product people. Releasing 2.0 is our primary focus We'll need time to replicate all of Memberstack's existing functionality in version 2.0. This sucks. But it's the only path we can see at this point if we want to get to the rest of our roadmap in a reasonable amount of time. This sucks because most of our development resources will need to go into version 2.0. It's quite likely that you, our current customers, won't see any major feature releases until migration day. Which, should feel like feature Christmas. In the meantime, we'll continue to support all of our existing customers, fix bugs, expand the team, and find other ways to be of service. Launching a Developer Program We've learned a TON over the last 2ish years, and plan to incorporate all of those learnings into 2.0. We know what to build, but we also know constant feedback is essential when building a product that's usable and actually useful. To keep things efficient while still receiving a steady stream of feedback we've decided to launch a waitlist and solicit feedback from experienced developers who A) are currently using Memberstack 1.0, or B) are industry-leaders in building web apps and websites. Apply to the Developer Program here Launch day & process Learn more here . Please leave your concerns, comments, and feedback below!
2FA for Website Admins
1) The problem → The only way to authenticate in Memberstack is with a password or with Google auth. If a person guesses my password or gets access to my device they might be able to get into my Memberstack account. 2) Why is this important → I'm liable for security breaches, and my members' lives could be negatively affected if their information is stolen. 3) What's your plan B → Create a completely crazy password & hope a hacker doesn't get access to my inbox. 4) Possible solutions → Authenticator apps (Segment does this) Send a 6 digit code by text message to verify its me. (Stripe does this)
More than 1 custom sign up form on the same page
Please allow Memberstack to work with two custom signup forms on a page at once. I just want both custom sign up forms to work on one page.
Can't transfer ownerships of a project
1) I want to change my email address or transfer the ownership to the company that purchased my work. 2) I need to transfer my work to the company that bought my work 3) I am not solving it because you don't have this! 4) Allow me to change my email or to transfer ownership.
Create an Admin that can view all details of a subset of users
1) The problem → I would like to create a group membership where one admin can view all the details for a group of members with the same company 2) Why is this important → I would like to give the CFO access to all of his employee accounts and not other users. 3) What's your plan B → 4) Possible solutions we could build for you → A way to have admin privileges to a subset of users.
More design control (customize, configure, etc.)
1) The problem → Your Ui's are okay, but they don't match the overall look and feel of my site. Colors, fonts, spacing, shadow, borders, etc. The wording is a bit off. For example, we don't use "Memberships" or "Members." There are some features I just don't need like the "Membership" tab in the profile. 2) Why is this important → These UI's are important to the user experience of my app. 3) Plan B → Override the colors, copy, and features using hacky CSS. Which, is going to break as soon as you update your code. 4) Possible solutions → Build these configurations right into the dashboard so I can make changes that won't randomly break one day.
Gift a membership
1) The problem → Could be related to team/licensing, but if a member wants to buy the first year membership for another user, they'd have to sign up, hand over the login details, and then ask them to swap out the credit card info. 2) Why is this important → This is low on the priority list for me personally, but something it'd be great to have eventually. MasterClass.com 's buy one gift one has been hugely successful for them and is what got me to subscribe — I'd like to be able to offer the same thing. 3) What's your plan B → Tell users to create an account and then hand over log in details. 4) Possible solutions we could build for you → Ability to purchase 2 licenses where one is sent to the receiver of the gift to activate their account with a discount pre-applied.