I'm trying to create a site where basically there are 3 levels of membership-
basic business users
advanced business users
My site helps dog owners find walker/sitters for their dog.
Basic business users pay a membership fee to be able to list their business in the dog services directory for a year.
Advanced business users pay a little more to have everything basic business users have, plus the ability to reply to job requests, which I am trying to display using the plugin wp job manager (but am still waiting for some advice on another thread about getting that set up correctly).
Basically, am I doing this right? Is 'membership' the way to go with this? I can't see any other way to stop users from replying to job requests (and I want them to have to pay a fee to be able to do this). Using membership for all levels seems to make things less complicated I would think? But is there an easier way?
On another note, just how exactly do I allow advanced business users to reply to job requests? I can't see this in the access levels menu anywhere. I'd like all users (including strangers, free members, basic business users and advanced) to be able to view the jobs (with a 'more' tag restricting some content to keep people interested. But the only people who should be able to actually reply to the job requests are advanced business users. Hope that makes sense!
As it stands, I can't find any options at all for the job manager plugin on the access levels menu. Am I missing something really obvious?
Thanks all for your time! (and if anyone can take a look at my latest question at https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/ok-have-just-sat-and-watched-all-the-tutorial-vids that would really help me to move along with getting this working this week).