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    Frank responded

    Sounds interesting, collecting comments.

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    Other software I have seen does this by including a field in the upload spreadsheet file that contains the full path to the photo to be uploaded for each record. The software understands that if it finds data in the spreadsheet for a photo field in the DB, it's looking at the path and goes there to upload the photo.

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    Bundle billing is a problem. You need to implement variable billing based upon the number of members in a bundle. I have a number of government agencies and organizations that love the ability to manage their own bundle, but don't want a flat rate for the whole bundle. They feel a real need to have their bill tied directly to the number of members in their bundle.

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    Team Payments responded

    Due to priorities shift we had to put this issue on hold.
    We’ll post any updates as we have them

    Oleg, Product Owner @ Payments crew

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    For now, this is not something we’re going to change – not sure if ever.
    Workaround to use: create a special “entry” free level to apply to, and close “normal” ones for application. For the entry level, create also a dropdown field where a potential member can choose a level they want to apply to. Add other fields you need to assess the application. When application is successful, your admin is to change membership level to required one and generate membership invoice (membership upgrade invoice). The member will be emailed with the invoice and can pay.

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    I have worked around this by creating a "member level" called "member applicant" with no cost and another called "member-probationary". It still doesn't really do the trick, because I would like to have a button that I can select when the administrator upgrades an "applicant" or "probationary" to full membership and send the bill at that time. As it is now, you bill them as soon as they fill out an application for a membership that has a price, and you don't automatically bill if an administrator upgrades them from "applicant" to "full member".

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    We have a waiting list for members to join. We want them to sign up on the waiting list, but not get an invoice for membership dues and fees until they clear the waiting list. It would be nice to have a "delay billing until <condition> is met" feature, with ability to have more than one <condition>.

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