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  2. I created a application so you would not have to keep editing / updating files to your servers
  3. To create your own extensions for Members Shop Go to your applications development page Click the extensions tab Select membersshop Select what extension you want to use Shop Items Add your own items to the shop ( Click here for help in adding shop items ) ( Coming Soon ) Points Settings Add your own settings to the points settings page ( Click here for help in adding settings ) ( Coming Soon ) After Purchase This will allow you to run a code after someone purchases a item ( Click here for help in adding your own code after purchases ) ( Coming Soon ) Enter your extension name Click save
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  5. The engagement trap is a race to community activity for the sake of activity. It's usually measured by simple aggregate numbers like the total number of posts, topics, likes, or members. You don't want members to chat. You want members to learn, to advocate, to innovate, to educate, to support, to problem solve, and to enlighten. Many community managers and webmasters enjoy spouting engagement numbers. It's an easy number to brag about. It's an easy number to find. It's also, unfortunately, a terrible metric to measure. Engagement metrics are exhausting since you're aiming for higher-and-higher goals, which grow into unreasonable levels over time. It's misleading, because it's not indicative of information exchanges or quality resources. And it's ultimately harmful, because it encourages participation in socially-charged conversation that are ever more entertaining, more controversial, and more extreme. You don't want members to chat. You want members to learn, to advocate, to innovate, to educate, to support, to problem solve, and to enlighten. Engagement metrics are marketing numbers used to measure audience size and a currency of the attention economy where you're the product. It's an entirely wrong metric for online communities where the goal is not how big you can get, but on how you can help your members. Your Metrics & Your Strategy There's a famous management quote from Peter Drucker that says, "what gets measured gets managed." What you want to measure, and therefore manage and improve, is a reflection of your community strategy and your objectives. Here are some ideas of what you could measure: The number of questions or feedback requests that were answered in high-value boards of functional content The number of educational resources that were added to a certain category The number of new topics that were posted in a growing section The selection of special keywords or tags that you want to track The number of informative reactions that were given out in a certain period The participation of high-value experts in your community Segment Your Community Not all parts of your community should be treated equally, especially if you have a large and dynamic community with several apps and categories. Your community may have a mix of one or more of the following: Educational and functional-value boards Social and member-based forums and boards New sections that are growing Mature sections that have leveled off Different content types and reactions Different groups of members Instead of evaluating your community as one entity, segment your community. This allows you to hyper-focus your attention and grow specific areas that match with specific objectives. For example, I always measure the number of new topics in boards that are educational and informative, since they're high-value functional content. I don't pay attention to mature sections that have reached saturation, but I aggressively track new sections. Measurement & Analysis Invision Community ships with a powerful set of Statistics in the ACP that cover every application. I personally spend more time in Statistics than any other part of the ACP, because it gives me the data and research to inform my decision making. It helps me focus my attention on the sections that matter the most to my community strategy and reveals unexpected insights. The ACP won't have all of the fine-grained filtering or data reporting that you may need. Maintain your own recording, even if it needs to be manual. Conclusion Trying to boost engagement is a race that you'll never win. It has nothing to do with your community strategy; it doesn't measure the value you give and receive from your audience; and it can push you to drive empty traffic with unintended consequences. Independent communities that focus on the hard, difficult work of offering communities of indispensable value will always find growth. It will be the right kind of growth, in the right areas of your community, with the right audience. That's a race that will meaningfully empower your members and your community to the finish line. What are the most important metrics that you measure? Or are you in the engagement trap? Share in the comments below and see how other IPS clients can help. Are you looking to start a successful community powered by the statistics and content management of a modern community platform? Get in touch with IPS, Inc. for a discussion and product demo. View the full article
  6. The engagement trap is a race to community activity for the sake of activity. It's usually measured by simple aggregate numbers like the total number of posts, topics, likes, or members. You don't want members to chat. You want members to learn, to advocate, to innovate, to educate, to support, to problem solve, and to enlighten. Many community managers and webmasters enjoy spouting engagement numbers. It's an easy number to brag about. It's an easy number to find. It's also, unfortunately, a terrible metric to measure. Engagement metrics are exhausting since you're aiming for higher-and-higher goals, which grow into unreasonable levels over time. It's misleading, because it's not indicative of information exchanges or quality resources. And it's ultimately harmful, because it encourages participation in socially-charged conversation that are ever more entertaining, more controversial, and more extreme. You don't want members to chat. You want members to learn, to advocate, to innovate, to educate, to support, to problem solve, and to enlighten. Engagement metrics are marketing numbers used to measure audience size and a currency of the attention economy where you're the product. It's an entirely wrong metric for online communities where the goal is not how big you can get, but on how you can help your members. Your Metrics & Your Strategy There's a famous management quote from Peter Drucker that says, "what gets measured gets managed." What you want to measure, and therefore manage and improve, is a reflection of your community strategy and your objectives. Here are some ideas of what you could measure: The number of questions or feedback requests that were answered in high-value boards of functional content The number of educational resources that were added to a certain category The number of new topics that were posted in a growing section The selection of special keywords or tags that you want to track The number of informative reactions that were given out in a certain period The participation of high-value experts in your community Segment Your Community Not all parts of your community should be treated equally, especially if you have a large and dynamic community with several apps and categories. Your community may have a mix of one or more of the following: Educational and functional-value boards Social and member-based forums and boards New sections that are growing Mature sections that have leveled off Different content types and reactions Different groups of members Instead of evaluating your community as one entity, segment your community. This allows you to hyper-focus your attention and grow specific areas that match with specific objectives. For example, I always measure the number of new topics in boards that are educational and informative, since they're high-value functional content. I don't pay attention to mature sections that have reached saturation, but I aggressively track new sections. Measurement & Analysis Invision Community ships with a powerful set of Statistics in the ACP that cover every application. I personally spend more time in Statistics than any other part of the ACP, because it gives me the data and research to inform my decision making. It helps me focus my attention on the sections that matter the most to my community strategy and reveals unexpected insights. The ACP won't have all of the fine-grained filtering or data reporting that you may need. Maintain your own recording, even if it needs to be manual. Conclusion Trying to boost engagement is a race that you'll never win. It has nothing to do with your community strategy; it doesn't measure the value you give and receive from your audience; and it can push you to drive empty traffic with unintended consequences. Independent communities that focus on the hard, difficult work of offering communities of indispensable value will always find growth. It will be the right kind of growth, in the right areas of your community, with the right audience. That's a race that will meaningfully empower your members and your community to the finish line. What are the most important metrics that you measure? Or are you in the engagement trap? Share in the comments below and see how other IPS clients can help. Are you looking to start a successful community powered by the statistics and content management of a modern community platform? Get in touch with IPS, Inc. for a discussion and product demo. View the full article
  7. Version 1.0.0

    This plugin will allow your members to enter their own links to use as their referral codes for your website Main Features Adds a setting button to the users referral links page in their client area Allow members to generate referral links for Forum Topics Start typing the topic title to bring up a list of topics matching the query Referral link will redirect to said topic Download Files Start typing the files name to bring up a list of files matching the query Referral link will redirect to said file Calendar Events Start typing the event name to bring up a list of events matching the query Referral link will redirect to said event Gallery Image Start typing the image name to bring up a list of images matching the query Referral link will redirect to said image Members Profile Start typing the members name to bring up a list matching the query Referral link will redirect to said members profile Custom URL Add their own URL Referral link will redirect to said URL This only works with internal URL's if they enter say https://google.com it will just redirect them to the sites homepage The settings use Ajax and j-query so changing the values will update all referral codes and it WILL NOT reload the page Required Application Nexus / Commerce How To Install Go to your ACP and plugins Install the downloaded .xml file That's it all done, visit the referrals page and start generating your own referral links

    15.00 USD

  8. This plugin will allow your members to enter their own links to use as their referral codes for your website

    Main Features

    • Adds a setting button to the users referral links page in their client area
    • Allow members to generate referral links for
      • Forum Topics
        • Start typing the topic title to bring up a list of topics matching the query
        • Referral link will redirect to said topic
      • Download Files
        • Start typing the files name to bring up a list of files matching the query
        • Referral link will redirect to said file
      • Calendar Events
        • Start typing the event name to bring up a list of events matching the query
        • Referral link will redirect to said event
      • Gallery Image
        • Start typing the image name to bring up a list of images matching the query
        • Referral link will redirect to said image
      • Members Profile
        • Start typing the members name to bring up a list matching the query
        • Referral link will redirect to said members profile
      • Custom URL
        • Add their own URL
        • Referral link will redirect to said URL
          • This only works with internal URL's if they enter say https://google.com it will just redirect them to the sites homepage
      • The settings use Ajax and j-query so changing the values will update all referral codes and it WILL NOT reload the page :biggrin:

    Required Application

    • Nexus / Commerce

    How To Install

    • Go to your ACP and plugins
    • Install the downloaded .xml file
    • That's it all done, visit the referrals page and start generating your own referral links

    15.00 USD

  9. If you're reading this blog, then it's likely you already have a community and have been running it for some time. I'm going to go further and say that you've done all the right things; you've set it up correctly and themed it, so it matches your site. Once you have built your community and watched it spring into life, it's easy to think that you have done all you need to do. However, there are three simple things that you're probably not doing that is curbing your potential growth. Promote your community No matter how well you have set up your community, if you're not regularly promoting it, then you are limiting your potential audience. Look for ways to promote your community to a new audience. If you regularly write blog posts or a newsletter for your existing customers, then make sure you write about your community and encourage people to join. If you have a presence on social media, then share links regularly. Even adding a link to your community in your existing email signature will catch a few more clicks. Get creative! One community owner I know went through Apple's rigorous verification process to post quality articles from their site to Apple's News app. Why not sign up to HARO (Help A Reporter Out). This is a free email sent daily that contains requests from reporters looking for sources to quote in articles. The email is broken up into sections so that you can find relevant stories for your niche. It's a very simple way to get quoted in other publications with a link back to your site. Think about how you can promote your community to a wider audience. Post great content Do you take the time to create great content and post it to your community regularly? By great content, I mean a piece that encourages in-depth discussion, shows that you are a leader in your niche and sets the tone for the rest of your community. With the rise of social media, we're often fed a diet of disposable content such as "Motivation Monday" which may generate likes, but it does nothing to connect with your audience. You could use the Blog app, the Pages app or post in the relevant forums within your community. Try and encourage discussion and ask them to share their thoughts and experiences too. People love to share what they do and talk about their experiences, so it shouldn't be hard to get people active on your topic. Reward contributors Way back in the dark ages, a high post count was the only badge you needed to show others that you were to be feared and respected. I still remember joining some communities in the early 2000s and was in awe of members with 10,000+ posts. In today's more sophisticated times, we need a little more to keep us involved. There are a lot of tools you can use to reward your members. The simplest is the group promotion tool which automatically moves members based on specific thresholds. You can give your members elevated permissions or special badges to show to others that they are more experienced. If you have a more active community, you could consider rewarding your most engaged users with a prize. This prize could be a free subscription, a discount code for your products or even a small Amazon gift voucher. These are just a few things that you can incorporate into your workflow to help further build your community. I'd love to hear your tips too, please share them below! View the full article
  10. Version 1.0.0

    Allow your members to buy or send virtual gifts for their profiles using their members shop points, you can create unlimited gifts for members to redeem Main Features Adds a new tab to members profiles for the gifts to be shown / seen Create categories to place gifts in These categories will be shown in the members profiles in the order of them in the ACP Create gifts for members to have on their profiles All ACP created gifts will be shown on the members profiles with the images in Grayscale Once a member redeems a gift the image on their profiles will be shown in full colour If a member has redeemed more than 1 of the same gift it will show how many they have in a little notification bubble Shows random gifts on the members posts / topics in the forums You can disable this via the ACP settings You can set the amount to show in the ACP settings All images use the lazy load setting if you have enabled lazy load How To Use Once installed go to the members shop tab in the ACP and select the profile gifts > category & gifts link Click the create new button and add a category Now click the add gift button and create a gift adding a name and uploading a image Repeat for all your images / categories Go to the members shop items and add a new item selecting the profile gift item Fill in all the details as you would like any other item There will be a new setting showing all your created gifts select one of them from the list to use If you want the gift image to show as the item image you will need to re-upload that image for that item ( I will be looking into it doing it automatically but will need to edit members shop for this ) The item will now be available to purchase with-in the members shop application Requirements Members Shop 1.2.4 or above

    15.00 USD

  11. Allow your members to buy or send virtual gifts for their profiles using their members shop points, you can create unlimited gifts for members to redeem

    Main Features

    • Adds a new tab to members profiles for the gifts to be shown / seen
    • Create categories to place gifts in
      • These categories will be shown in the members profiles in the order of them in the ACP
    • Create gifts for members to have on their profiles
    • All ACP created gifts will be shown on the members profiles with the images in Grayscale
      • Once a member redeems a gift the image on their profiles will be shown in full colour
    • If a member has redeemed more than 1 of the same gift it will show how many they have in a little notification bubble
    • Shows random gifts on the members posts / topics in the forums
      • You can disable this via the ACP settings
      • You can set the amount to show in the ACP settings
    • All images use the lazy load setting if you have enabled lazy load

    How To Use

    1. Once installed go to the members shop tab in the ACP and select the profile gifts > category & gifts link
    2. Click the create new button and add a category
    3. Now click the add gift button and create a gift adding a name and uploading a image
    4. Repeat for all your images / categories
    5. Go to the members shop items and add a new item selecting the profile gift item
    6. Fill in all the details as you would like any other item
    7. There will be a new setting showing all your created gifts select one of them from the list to use
    8. If you want the gift image to show as the item image you will need to re-upload that image for that item ( I will be looking into it doing it automatically but will need to edit members shop for this )
    9. The item will now be available to purchase with-in the members shop application

    Requirements

    • Members Shop 1.2.4 or above

    15.00 USD

  12. Whether you call them Champions 🤩, Advocates 🌟, or Superusers 🏆, every community contains an elite group of members that carries 🏋 the community. They don't just drink the kool-aid 💧. They mix, chug, and swim 🏊‍♀️in the community kool-aid. Learn 🔢 four community management concepts about Superusers in less than 🕓 four minutes. 1. 90-9-1 Rule (aka "1% rule"): The 90-9-1 principle refers to the lopsided inequality of user engagement that 90% of users are lurkers 🙈, 9% of members contribute from time to time 🙉, and 1% of users 😸 account for almost all contributions. Superusers are the 1%. 2. Intrinsic Motivator: Motivation that comes from internal motivation💖, rather than any external rewards. This could be a sense of satisfaction 😃, pride 😤, ownership, loyalty, friendship 🤗, or other emotional and internal motivator. Long-term superusers 🏃 are wired to intrinsic motivation. Tapping into intrinsic motivation is key to providing new motivation for superusers. 3. Spiral of Silence: Be careful ⚠️, however, that your superusers don't overwhelm 🛑 the conversation which can lead to the Spiral of Silence: a theory that as the vocal minority becomes louder 📢, other members adopt the same views or fail to share opposing views. You'll need to privately manage this vocal minority, especially if they're negative 💢. 4. Work Out Loud 💬: An engagement practice for superusers to visibly share 🗣 their work online in your community. It offers opportunities for superusers and members to openly share 👯 their knowledge, generosity, purposeful discovery, and growth ✨. Usually entire point ✴️ of communities of practice. View the full article
  13. Think about all the different touchpoints where you try to connect with members: forum discussions, blog comments, personal messages, email newsletters, weekly meetings, and perhaps offline events. You write witty and clever messages. You dedicate an entire section of your community to welcome and hello topics. You spend enormous amounts of time trying to elicit engagement from members. What if I told you that there’s one touchpoint that you consistently overlook where members reach out to you, some for the very first time? You receive messages every day and every week from users through the Contact Form. It’s one of the most common touchpoints that you’ll ever experience with members. Unfortunately, most admins gloss over messages through the contact form, because we think it’s secondary to the activity in the community. That’s not true! As a touchpoint to your community, the interactions through the Contact Form are as important as any other user-facing activity. In fact, because members proactively reach out – some for the very first time – this is likely one of the biggest opportunities where you consistently under-engage. It’s time to fix this gap. Here are examples on how to effectively respond to 2 different types of messages from the Contact Form. Let’s look at some sample responses with a fictional online community “Toronto Birding Society” (Note: I know nothing of birdwatching or Toronto). Responding to Guidance Questions Many questions you receive through the Contact Form are “guidance” questions. These are questions that ask about function and features such as “how to?” and “how do I?” The tone is usually neutral, and the intent is positive (eg. to learn). These questions are easy-to-answer and the responses usually involve instructions, step-by-step details, and screenshots. If you only respond to the specific inquiry, however, you miss out on all the potential of member growth: to affirm the relationship, recognize his contributions, instill community culture, and ultimately encourage the member to contribute in a more meaningful manner. Example: Responding to Negative Sentiment Questions The next type of question you receive through the Contact Form are questions of “negative sentiment.” These are questions that ask to cancel, terminate, or suppress various functions because the user would like to disconnect from the community. Even though the tone is neutral, the intent is negative. Just like before, the questions themselves are easy-to-answer. However, if you took the inquiry at face value and answered the specific question, you end up losing the member! Your goal instead should be member retention: to investigate why he wants to leave, to re-affirm the strength of the relationship, recognize his past contributions, invite the member to revisit, and ultimately deflect the original inquiry. Conclusion Busy communities receive messages through the contact form daily and weekly. They’re a recurring part of our community management that we consistently overlook. It’s one of the greatest touchpoints you will ever have with a member, since the member is actively seeking growth (or regression) with the community. Your responsibility is to nudge them in the right direction. My recommendation is to write two templates: one for guidance questions, one for negative sentiment questions. This allows you to quickly provide a framework that can be filled in with personalized details. Use your replies to contact form messages as a way to not only answer the specific question, but grow the member and progress them along the member lifecycle journey. View the full article
  14. Security should never be an afterthought. Don't wait until an attack has compromised your site before you take action. All too often, site owners consider increasing their security only when it's too late, and their community has already been compromised. Taking some time now to check and improve the security of your community and server will pay dividends. In this blog, we run down 8 ways that you can protect your community with Invision Community. We go through the security features you may not know about to best practices all communities should be following. 1. Set up Two Factor Authentication Invision Community supports Two Factor Authentication (2FA for short), and we highly recommend making use of this feature for your users, but especially for your administrative staff. 2FA is a system that requires both a user's password and a special code (displayed by a phone app) that changes every few seconds. The idea is simple: if a user's password is somehow compromised, a hacker still wouldn't be able to log in to the account without the current code number. You may already be familiar with 2FA from other services you use. Apple's iCloud, Facebook and Google all offer it, as do thousands of banks and other security-conscious businesses. Invision Community supports 2FA via the Google Authenticator app (available for iOS and Android) or the Authy service, which can send codes to users via text message or phone call. You can also fall back to security questions instead of codes. You can configure which members groups can use 2FA, as well as requiring certain groups to use it. Recommendation: Require any staff with access to the Admin Control Panel or moderation functions to use 2FA. This will ensure that no damage will occur should their account passwords be discovered. Allow members to use 2FA at their discretion. 2. Configure password requirements The password strength feature displays a strength meter to users as they type a new password. The meter shows them approximately how secure it is, as well as some tips for choosing a good password. While you can leave this feature as a simple recommendation for users, it's also possible to require them to choose a password that reaches a certain strength on the meter. Recommendation: Require users to choose at least a 'Strong' password. 3. Be selective when adding administrators Administrator permissions can be extremely damaging in the wrong hands, and granting administrator powers should only be done with great consideration. Giving access to the AdminCP is like handing someone the keys to your house. Before doing so, be sure you trust the person and that their role requires access to the AdminCP (for example, would moderator permissions be sufficient for the new staff member?). Recommendation: Don't forget to remove administrator access promptly when necessary too, such as the member of staff leaving your organization. Always be aware of exactly who has administrator access at any given time, and review regularly. You can list all accounts that have Administrative access by clicking the Administrators button under staff on the Members tab. 4. Utilize Admin Restrictions In many organizations, staff roles within the community reflect real-world roles - designers need access to templates, accounting needs access to billing, and so forth. Invision Community allows you to limit administrator access to particular areas of the AdminCP with the Admin Restrictions feature, and even limit what can is done within those areas. This is a great approach for limiting risk to your data; by giving staff members access to only the areas they need to perform their duties, you reduce the potential impact should their account become compromised in future. Recommendation: Review the restrictions your admins currently have. 5. Choose good passwords This seems like an obvious suggestion, but surveys regularly show that people choose passwords that are too easy to guess or brute force. Your password is naturally the most basic protection of your AdminCP there is, so making sure you're using a good password is essential. We recommend using a password manager application, such as 1password or LastPass. These applications generate strong, random passwords for each site you use, and store them so that you don't have to remember them. Even if you don't use a password manager, make sure the passwords you use for your community are unique and never used for other sites too. Recommendation: Reset your password regularly and ensure you do not use the same password elsewhere. 6. Stay up to date It's a fact of software development that from time to time, new security issues are reported and promptly fixed. But if you're running several versions behind, once security issues are made public through responsible disclosure, malicious users can exploit those weaknesses in your community. When we release new updates - especially if they're marked as a security release in our release notes - be sure to update promptly. Invision Community allows you to update to the latest version via the AdminCP. You no longer need to download a thing! Recommendation: Update to the latest version whenever possible. Remember, with Invision Community's theme and hook systems, upgrades to minor point releases should be very straight forward. 7. Restrict your AdminCP to an IP range where possible If your organization has a static IP or requires staff members to use a VPN, you can add an additional layer of security to your community by prohibiting access to the AdminCP unless the user's IP matches your whitelist. This is a server-level feature, so consult your IT team or host to find out how to set it up in your particular environment. Recommendation: Consider IP restriction as an additional security layer when you are not able or willing to use 2FA. 8. Properly secure your PHP installation Many of PHP's built-in functions can leave a server vulnerable to high-impact exploits, and yet many of these functions aren't needed by the vast majority of PHP applications you might run. We, therefore, recommend that you explicitly disable these functions using PHP's disable_functions configuration setting. Here's our recommended configuration, although you or your host may need to tweak the list depending on your exact needs: disable_functions = escapeshellarg,escapeshellcmd,exec,ini_alter,parse_ini_file,passthru,pcntl_exec,popen,proc_close,proc_get_status,proc_nice,proc_open,proc_terminate,show_source,shell_exec,symlink,system Another critical PHP configuration setting you need to check is that open_basedir is enabled. Especially if you're hosted on a server that also hosts other websites (known as shared hosting), if another account on the server is comprised and open_basedir is disabled, the attacker can potentially gain access to your files too. Naturally, Cloud customers needn't worry about this, we've already ensured our cloud infrastructure is impervious to this kind of attack. Recommendation: Review your PHP version and settings, or choose one of our cloud plans where we take care of this for you. So there we go - a brief overview of 8 common-sense ways you can better protect your community and its users. As software developers, we're constantly working to improve the behind-the-scenes security of our software. As an administrator, there's also a number of steps you should take to keep your community safe on the web. If you have any tips related to security, be sure to share them in the comments! View the full article
  15. Are you looking to launch a new online community or revitalize an existing community, and you're worried about the numbers of users? Gaining members - and retaining them - is always the hardest struggle for new communities. Even if you're an established brand or organization, it can be a challenge to build a core group of members. The problem? Most communities launch too early. The truism "if you build it, they will come" is no longer valid. There are countless online peer and social groups, industry associations, and trade organizations competing for your user's time and attention. You can't launch a new community and passively wait for users to visit. The Internet is too crowded now. Ask yourself the hard question: are you having difficulty attracting and retaining new members? One of the best secrets to launching new communities is to already have a core group of members in place -- all done in advance of launching your community. Follow the CHIP process to generate member demand. Download: IPS CHIP Process 2019-09.pdf Part of the magic behind the CHIP Process is that by reaching out, you build relations with existing members in a meaningful manner. Don't push your community idea at this point. Your only goal is to meet people, build genuine relationships, and understand key themes such as user challenges or industry needs. This dramatically heightens your chance of success when you do launch. You have a known audience familiar with you and your community, who can spread the word. You identified a core group of active users, who can immediately start posting. You also surveyed key themes and business challenges, so you even have a headstart on content will be most attractive. By doing this prep work in advance, you've fine-tuned your community strategy to exactly what's needed and can be successful on Day 1. Building a new community requires prep work. Although Invision Community can empower you with a modern set of features once you launch, you need to pair the platform with the excitement and problem-solving that only your community can offer - and that means taking the time to understand what's needed before you launch. Best wishes on your community launch, and share your community's success in the comments below! View the full article
  16. New Features Re-wrote some php for better performance Re-designed some of the html templates to make it look cleaner
  17. Version 1.0.0

    This application will allow your members to create coupon codes to offer discounts on their files in with-in the downloads application Main Features Coupons Select what user groups can create coupons ( This is found in the usergroup settings of the ACP ) Create unlimited coupon's Choose to discount either monetary values or a percentage of the price Monetary values work in all your used currencies Maximum of 90% discount allowed when using percentage A coupon's discount CAN NOT exceed the price of the file, if it does then it will not work when trying to redeem that coupon on said file This could happen if the member sets for example a $10 discount on all files and one of their files only cost $8 Select a start time so members can create future coupon's Select a expire time with the option of not to expire Select the maximum uses allowed for each coupon with a option of unlimited uses Select the maximum times each member can use the coupon with a option of unlimited uses Select what user groups can use each coupon Select what files the coupon will work with with a option of all files Members can only select their own files Coupon's created by X member WILL NOT work on Y members files If a members sets a maximum uses to their coupon the value of the uses will subtract when a invoice is created and will increase if the invoice gets cancelled Coupon Usage ( Lets member's keep track of their coupon's via the Coupon Usage page ) View all coupon's used by members Shows the member who used the coupon Shows the files name Shows the original price of the file Shows the discount value Shows the discounted value Shows if the invoice is paid or pending Requirements IPDownloads How To Install Go to your ACP and applications then upload the downloaded .tar file Once installed go to the user group settings of the ACP and give access to the groups who can create coupons

    15.00 USD

  18. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Tournaments

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal plugin

     

    15.00 USD

  19. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Sticky Notes

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal tool

     

    10.00 USD

  20. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Sports Betting App

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal tool

     

    15.00 USD

  21. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Members Tab

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal tool

     

    10.00 USD

  22. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Members Social Info

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal plugin

     

    10.00 USD

  23. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Members Shop

    If you own multiple apps and would like to remove all copyright / branding form them then check out the FM+ Copyright Removal tool

     

    15.00 USD

  24. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Media Uploader

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    15.00 USD

  25. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Lottery ( Members Shop Add-On )

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    15.00 USD

  26. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application F.A.Q

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    10.00 USD

  27. This will remove all copyright / branding from the application Chat Application

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    15.00 USD

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