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Publishing posts to a membership level
Publishing posts to a membership level

Select and control which levels can access your posts, ensuring that each post reaches your targeted audience.

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When you have multiple membership levels, it's important to share exclusive posts with your members to strengthen your bond with them. These exclusive posts serve as special rewards for the specific membership levels that have been promised such content. In this article, we will discuss how to make a post exclusive to members and the essential factors to consider when publishing exclusive posts to ensure an effective and rewarding experience for your members.

Why do you need to publish exclusive posts?

Exclusive posts provide added value to your members by offering content that is not accessible to the general public. This fosters a sense of exclusivity and rewards their membership, enhancing their overall experience.

How to make a post exclusive to a level?

  1. To start, access the dashboard and navigate to the "Posts" tab.

  2. Look for the "Write a post" option and select it. You will be redirected to the post editor, where you can craft your content.

  3. Within the post editor, you will find a sidebar. Locate the setting that allows you to specify who can view the post.

  4. Use the drop-down menu and choose the "members only" option from the available choices.

  5. Next, you need to indicate which membership levels should have access to the exclusive post by checking in the membership levels where you want the post to be visible.

Note: This assumes you have already set up multiple membership levels. Click here to know more.

Some points to remember

  • If you wish to notify your members about the new exclusive post, consider enabling email notifications. This feature allows you to send targeted emails to the selected membership levels, informing them about the availability of the exclusive content.

  • Keep in mind that members who do not belong to the selected levels will notice that the post is locked or inaccessible to them.

  • If you want to grant access to previous members-only posts for a new level, edit the relevant posts and enable access for the desired membership level.

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