YITH WooCoommerce Customize My Account Page helps you customize your “My Account” page in your website in a few simple steps, adding new sections and editing the default WooCommerce ones.
Thanks to YITH WooCommerce Customize My Account Page, you can customize the menu item My memberships that your customers see in the My Account area, rename it and add some custom text before or after the table with the membership plans and contents printed out by the plugin.
After installing and activating both plugins, you will be able to rename, remove or add some custom text to the Membership plans menu from the Endpoints section of YITH WooCommerce Customize My Account Page:
For further details about YITH WooCommerce Customize My Account Page settings, please refer to the official documentation.
YITH WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing and Discounts allows you to create any sort of discount rule for your shop, like quantity discounts, special offers (like BOGO, 3 for 2, 50% off the second item, 30% in cart.
Thanks to the integration with YITH WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing and Discounts, you can apply specific discounts to members of one or more membership plans. Just make sure you have installed and activated the premium version of both plugins.Then, whenever you create a discount, you will be able to restrict it to members of specific plans, whether it is a Price rule…
or… a Cart discount rule:
For more details about the configuration of a price rule or cart discount, please, refer to the official documentation of YITH Dynamic Pricing and Discounts.
Thanks to the integration with YITH WooCommerce Email Templates, you are also free to customize the emails it sends. You only need to install and activate both plugins and you will have the possibility to stylize the following emails:
- Membership welcome
- Membership cancelled
- Membership expiring
- Membership expired
For more information on how to set up the YITH WooCommerce Email Templates plugin, please take a look at the documentation here.
With YITH WooCommerce MailChimp you can manage email marketing campaigns for your e-commerce in a few simple gestures and automatically save your customers’ email addresses into specific lists based on the purchase.
The combination with YITH WooCommerce Membership the admin can set up Mailchimp lists in the membership plans. So when a user becomes a member they will be added to the selected Mailchimp list.
To do that, just make sure you’ve installed and activated both plugins from the Plugins menu and configured both plugins based on your needs.
Then, open a membership plan: you’ll see a metabox on the right side, called MailChimp, where you specify the list to which users have to be subscribed whenever they have this membership plan activated.
Also, you can enable or disable the checkbox in the same metabox: Unsubscribe when expired or cancelled. If you enable this option, every time the membership expires, the user’s email address will be removed from the related MailChimp list. If disabled, the email address will be kept even if the plan expires or is cancelled.
For any further details about YITH MailChimp, please, refer to the official documentation here.
YITH WooCommerce Multi Vendor allows you to turn your store into a marketplace where vendors manage their own products and earn a commission on every sale.
The integration consists of two parts, one related to what the admin can do and another part to what the vendors can do.
1. Admin – vendors plans with different number of products
With this integration, the admin will be able to create specific membership plans and edit for each of them the number of products that a vendor can upload on the marketplace.
This way, you might have different plans (with different prices) that a vendor can buy (at different prices) based on how many products they want to create and sell.
Just by way of example, you can have something like this:
- Bronze plan: vendor can upload and sell only 10 products for €100
- Silver plan: vendor can upload and sell only 20 products for €180
- Golden plan: vendor can upload and sell only 50 products for €300
To control these settings, just open the membership plan details and scroll down until you find the Multi Vendor section:
Additionally, if you combine this with YITH Subscription plugin, the payment of a membership plan can become a recurring payment and so vendors will be required to pay every month/week/year to keep their products visible and purchasable in your marketplace.
2. Vendors – let vendors create their own membership plans
Every vendor in the shop will be able to arrange his/her own products in one or more membership plans: only subscribers will be able to access the membership-related content.
To enable this specific integration, you have to enable the add-on in the Multi Vendor plugin (Multi Vendor > Add-ons > Membership).
Once the membership add-on is enabled, each vendor will be able to create/view/edit/remove their own membership plans and include their products in it.
For all information about how to create and manage vendors, you can refer to the documentation of YITH WooCommerce Multi Vendor.
YITH WooCommerce Subscription
Thanks to the integration with YITH WooCommerce Subscription, you can let users purchase memberships with a subscription plan.
If you want to set a new membership with a subscription plan, you have to follow the same configuration process described in this page, but pay attention to the set duration.
We suggest to keep it disabled, so the renewal time and the membership status will be entirely handled through the subscription plugin.
The price and billing cycle of the membership product can be set up from the metabox option in the product:
For further information about the correct configuration of a subscription plan linked to a membership, please read the official guide of YITH WooCommerce Subscription.
As mentioned above, the status of the membership will be managed automatically by YITH WooCommerce Subscription, so when the subscription status changes, the status of the linked membership will change accordingly.
In the following table you can see the correspondence between the statuses of the two plugins, so that you can understand better which statuses the membership can have following the status of the subscription.
||active or resumed
||cancelled or expiring
When the subscription is cancelled automatically by the system (e.g., a failed payment), memberships get the cancelled status. If administrators or users decide to cancel on purpose a subscription plan, the membership will get the “expiring”status, and its expiration date will be the same of the subscription’s one. In this way, memberships will get the “cancelled” status the same day in which the subscription plan will have it too.
Pay attention when you delete a subscription plan from the system: if this is linked to a membership of the shop, the membership will get “cancelled” status.