Last Login Field

The last login field is an optional field in your contact record that can be updated when the user logs in.

If you select the default value of “(None)”, then no update

You can find this option under Memberium -> Settings -> Logins tab.

Updating the last login field will consume an API call and is not cacheabe. If you are expecting heavy traffic and it is not critical, you may want to disable this feature.

In order to use this function, you must create a custom field using the “Date/Time” storage type.  This function will not work with “Text” or “Date” fields. If you have created the new custom field, you will need to click the ‘Synchronize Infusionsoft’ button from Memberium -> Support -> Dashboard screen for the newly created field to show up.

Last Login Date Field, is a custom field that you choose to store the date and time when the user last logged in, so you can also output the value stored in that custom field using Memberium shortcodes.


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