Good day. Currently on my membership site I have 2 access levels: one for VISITORS (i.e. non-registered strangers to the site) and one for PAID MEMBERS. And just one subscription plan for FULLY PAID INDIVIDUALS.
I want to offer 3 more options of paying for membership that each cost a different amount. The differences between the soon to be 4 memberships are outside of the website, so as far as the website is concerned, the Access Level is the same for all 4 membership plans (the one we have now and the 3 new ones I will add.) All 4 memberships will see the same exact pages/posts/menu items, etc. on the website.
When I do this, I assume I need to go to Subscription Plan and make the 3 new subscriptions. I assume I just use the access level, PAID MEMBERS for all 4 subscription plans? Or do I need to make new Access Levels? If I can re-use the same Access Level for all 4 Subscription Plans, would all I have to do is create 3 Subscription Plans, give them unique names, drag the PAID MEMBERS Access Level under the Starting Point for each, and just put the different prices in the “Price” field?
And after I do all of this, will the user see all the options for Subscription plans after registering for the website and reaching the page where the user must then continue to PayPal? Or will the user need to click on a Subscription on some page BEFORE registering for the website, and then once registered, they will continue to PayPal for the Subscription Plan they chose on the page BEFORE registering?
Or is there a different way I need to do this?
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