What are membership redirects?

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Memberstack Team
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The page after signup, page after login, and page after logout tell Memberstack where to send a member after an event.


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What and Why?

Tell Memberstack where to send a member after an event happens, like the page after signup, page after login, and page after logout.


Membership settings & redirects

Every new membership needs a name, a type (free or paid), and a place to send members after they sign up, log in, and log out.


Page after signup:

The page after signup is required but entirely up to you. We recommend creating a welcome page to thank and onboard new users. It can be disorienting to join a site that assumes you already know your way around. Note: if you don't specify any other redirects, your members will land on this page after login as well. Tip: enter a # to redirect the user to your homepage.


Page after login:

The page after login is essentially a second homepage where members can access content, edit their profile, and interact with your product or service. They'll see this page every time they log into your site.


Page after logout:

The page after logout is optional, and really only important when you want to confirm for members that they are no longer logged in.


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