Integrating Paid Member Subscriptions with Profile Builder allows you to customize the registration form.
This works by offering you an additional Extra Field Type, Subscription Plans, that you can add inside the Profile Builder form to offer users the possibility to purchase a subscription plan directly form it.
When both plugins are active, you will have shortcodes that overlap (for login, register and password recovery). We recommend you to use the Profile Builder shortcodes for these actions.
Add Subscription Plans field to the Profile Builder form
In order to do this, go to Profile Builder -> Form Fields and from the Field dropdown select Subscription Plans.
You can specify a field title, description, the plans that should be shown and also which plan should be selected by default. The plans can also be dragged up and down to change the order in which they are displayed.
This is how the field should look in the front-end form:
Payment Gateways selection and payment
Starting with version 2.2.3 of Paid Member Subscriptions, we decoupled the Payment Gateways output from the Subscription Plans field, improving compatibility when conditional logic was used while multiple payment gateways were enabled.
Payment Gateways will be displayed at the end of the form, after all of the other fields. The same thing happens if this is a Multi-Step form, the gateway selection and payment will be shown after all the fields from the last step.
When this feature is active in Profile Builder the payment for the plan will be initiated after the user has confirmed his email address. An appropriate message is displayed letting the user know:
After he confirms his email address, a confirmation of the selected subscription is shown and upon confirmation the user will be redirected to the payment processor:
The Subscription Plans field also supports the Conditional Logic feature from Profile Builder.
This can be configured normally from the field settings. For example, you can have a Select field and based on a choice the user makes, you could show him one plan or another:
Show a Profile Builder form on the pms-account Edit Profile tab
This can be done by going to the Paid Member Subscriptions -> Settings -> General page and then selecting which form you want to use:
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