Create pages on your site that are only accessible to members you designate. Every member can have their own specific page.
About this article
Difficulty level: Easy
Technical background needed: Beginner
Estimated time required to complete: 30 mins
What and Why?
Use this feature to create member-specific pages on your website. You can create and assign pages to members manually, or you can use our Zapier integration to automatically create and update pages when a new member signs up.
*Note: Please make sure the platform you are using has the actions available to create pages from Zapier.
This works with Content Management Systems (CMS) pages or regular pages.
Step 1 → Navigate to the Power-ups page when logged in to enable "Member-specific pages."
Step 2 → On your site, create a folder or CMS collection. When that's done, enter the slug (url without the domain name like "client-area/") to hide it. Next, decide where to send non-members who try to access a page in the hidden folder.
Step 3 → Copy the "#/ms/member-page/default" text & paste it into a link or button as a "href" on your website. Members need this button to access and/or get back to their specific page.
Note: Memberstack automatically hides the button from members and visitors who don't have a specific page.
Step 4 → Create a user-specific page on your website, and then create an account for your new member. You will need to do this with a signup form on your site, or via the New Members button on your Members page.
Step 5 → If you want to automatically redirect users/members to their page when they log in, just click the "Send members to their page on login" toggle button. We still recommend including a "#/ms/member-page/default" link on your website so users/members can get back to their page after browsing your website.
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