If you’re using the all new Keap, then you might have noticed that it doesn’t come with a default “Password” field, unlike Infusionsoft which has this password field as a default (or Standard) field. If you’re using Memberium then you’d first need to create a new field for password in Keap, where password of your users will be stored. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to add a new custom field for password in Keap.
The Umbrella Account feature of Memberium, also known as parent – child gives your customers the power to create sub-accounts for their own use. For example, a parent user can create a child account and also remove it through a self-service interface.
In this article, lets take a look at a few tips that allows you to do more with Umbrella Accounts.
Web forms are one very useful and nifty feature in Infusionsoft. Web forms are easy to create, and you can collect variety of information on your site using web form. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a web form in Infusionsoft and allow it to autofill logged in users information using Memberium. Don’t worry, its very easy and doesn’t involves you to have ninja coding skills.
Memberium Path Protect is a very nifty feature that lets you protect pages of your site such as category pages, author pages and such. Protecting these pages through the “Content Protection” box is not possible and that’s where comes the very useful Memberium Path Protect. In this short tutorial, you’ll learn how to enable and use Memberium Path Protect.
PASSWORD_PLACEHOLDER is very useful when your users are already in WordPress, and if you’d like your users to use the same password going forward. This can be used when you are converting from Wishlist or any any other membership plugin and don’t want to change the user’s password when you switch. This function will basically copy your user’s WordPress password into Infusionsoft’s password field.
How to use PASSWORD_PLACEHOLDER?
You will first need to import all your users to Infusionsoft.
Once your users are imported to Infusionsoft, you can do a bulk update of your Infusionsoft password field to “PASSWORD_PLACEHOLDER” (without quotes).
You can find a detailed tutorial on how to do a bulk update in Infusionsoft from here.
Once the customer logs in successfully to your WordPress site, the encrypted WordPress password will be copied over to the Password field in Infusionsoft (unencrypted) where the PASSWORD_PLACEHOLDER was previously located.
Use PASSWORD_PLACEHOLDER only for those users who exist in WordPress and you’re looking to have their passwords synced to Infusionsoft. For other users, we’d suggest you to use the Password generator HTTP post.