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Thank you. It would be immensely helpful. Perhaps as simple as each group having its own settings whether it can be joined by the member or is an admin-only group. That makes more sense than my first suggestion of two sets of groups!
I don't want to change their membership level, I just want to create sub-groups of members.
I am looking at the groups feature, and right now it's set so that our members can assign themselves to groups, which are our committees. I like that and want to keep it that way.
However, I'd also like to have groups for my BOD and Sponsors - groups that I don't want people to be able to add themselves to. Is there any way to have two sets of groups, each with different controls?
Sure - not knowing your whole architecture makes it hard for me to offer advice; I just wanted to put that out there. :)
If it's a matter of mapping and every user name have different field names for their addresses, etc, it seems pretty easy - just give them a setting/interface to map their address fields to the CC charge address fields. Then just turn that admin interface on/off based on whether they can charge CC or not.
We've recently upgraded to PayPal Pro so we can charge CCs through Wild Apricot. The problem right now is that it needs the address entered when entering the card info.
At an event, I'd like to be able to get the card info (via old-fashioned knucklebuster imprint) and then manually run the card later. But as it is, I also have to get the full address when I get the card info, and it's going to slow walk-in registration considerably.
If the system could auto-populate the registrant's address in the fields when I go to charge the card, it would save a ton of time and allow for smoother registrations. I can always go back and call someone on the off chance that the address didn't match the card and I couldn't process it.
Please let me know if this is possible.
I'd like to second this request.
Thank you for the response. It would be great if there were an option for renewal to be able to be sent to require admin approval. As I said, in this situation, it's a special (student) membership, and I have to verify that they are a student. The first year it's fine, as the membership is pending until I approve it. After that, however, I will have to keep close watch for my student members to renew so I can catch and verify them as they do.
Right now, my student memberships are set to pending until I verify student status. I am wondering, however, what happens come renewal time? Will they go back to pending, or can they automatically renew? I need renewals to be pending because I need to verify that they are still, in fact, a student. How can I accomplish this?