Simon_in_Oz

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    I need a 1 WEEK (or X days) renewal period.

    ie. Am a subscription service that offers information that is relevant to the upcoming weekend, and hence need people to be able to subscribe and pay for just the next & days.

    Please please

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    Simon_in_Oz commented  · 

    I also really need the same things others have been discussing;

    - Ability to set default subscriptions to Email's when member is created (and then have them opt out, rather have to Opt in)

    - Ability for members to send emails that are converted to Topics/Replies

    To avoid spam, could you just have WA cross check the FROM email address matches a WA member email address, and have a limit to the number of posts that can be created per week/month by this method, per the Member ID (and hence per the FROM email address).

    Please implement this.Other one I really would like is the Ability to Link Emails and Forum/Topics;

    a) A Macro for Email content to be taken from 'Last Forum/Topic post by a certain member'.

    ie. When doing an email blast, use previously saved email, and that email has in it a Macro/Other tag, that picks up the content from the most recent post for a nominated

    - Member ID (eg. an Admin)

    - Formum/Topic

    in this way each time we send a weekly E-Mail, we dont have to manually cut and paste the content into multiple places.

    and or

    b) On the Sent Emails screen, add a button to 'Convert to Forum Topic'... that simply creates a Forum (selected) Topic from the selected sent email.

    The end result is that members who have chosen not to subscribe to emails but still want to log onto the site to see the content can do so, without me having to manully create the content in multiple places (Email and Forum Topic).

    Cheers

    Simon

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