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  1. Is it possible to add a Pages database fields filter set to a Page or a block using template code? We have several pages using Pages database field filters that are dragged from widgets. However, we need to move them around on the page based on device (on mobile they need to be at the top, on desktop, on the side) so I thought we could add them with a block or a template call and manage their appearance. I would also like to css style the fields and labels, but that is a secondary to just getting them in the right place.
  2. Solved. System > Applications > System > Profiles Not all groups have access to the Application module. The depth of permissions management is both wonderfully powerful and overwhelmingly complex. 🙂
  3. We have created some groups in our system but the group settings do not have access to the permissions for EDITING their own profile. Is there a permission setting somewhere that allows a group to be able to have Profile Editing Settings?
  4. Is it possible to require Nexus Customer first/last name on Registration? Or any other profile fields for that matter? I know we can mandate Profile completion when they're registered, but I would like to set up a Registration Process with a little more data than just DisplayName, Email and Password.
  5. I have been trying to get this right and I just can't seem to nail it. I have set up the first rule and it seems to work, moving new MEMBERS group, joined <1day ago, to a TRIAL secondary group. But when the user purchases the product that moves them in to the PREMIUM group, I cannot remove the TRIAL from secondary according your second rule above. Products do not allow you to *remove* secondary groups as a benefit, only add them. And, I think because of the highlighted part here, group changes from products do not run group promotions...
  6. I was thinking that it didn't work unless I clicked into the account in the ACP, but I see now (thanks to you!) that it is working, but but displaying as I expected: I created a new account as a guest and saw this in the Member List. No secondary groups listed for mcheck+trialpromote But then I waited for a bit and then looked at the member record: And saw this from 4 hours ago (at the bottom of the log) So it did work, but the secondary group does not show up on the Member List!! So now the question is, why do some Secondary Groups show on the Member List and other do not? Perhaps because they are added via Purchases or manually? Not sure. Either way, thank you @Morriganfor helping us understand this (hidden) feature! Now I will see if the other Group Promotion runs and changes the Member to TRIAL EXPIRED after a day (The other Group Promotion in my list)
  7. I'm trying to figure out what triggers the initial group promotion to run. I have 2 promotions: On registration looks like this: Moves Primary and Secondary to add group TRIAL When I register from guest, then validate the guest email as the guest, the On registration Group Promotion never seems to run because the Member list does not show the secondary groups. I log out and back in as the new member, but the Group Promotion does not trigger to add the Secondary group. If I open the member in the ACP, it seems to trigger the Group Promotion, but I don't want to have to do that for every new member, of course. Is there not a scheduled task or similar that runs from the cron job that touches all these accounts to check for promotions? Or maybe I'm missing something in the Group Promotion configuration?
  8. Thanks @Daniel F but I think that app is for users to select their own public groups? I'm hoping to manager their group associations behind the scenes both on registration and with certain events in group promotions.
  9. @GTServices Will this app allow us to add a user to a group when they register? I do not want users to select a group, I want to automatically add them to the group on registration.
  10. @MorriganThank you! MIND: *blown* Set up on our test server, the new registration was added to the Primary group (members) and secondary groups in the Promotion. Nice. Now to see if the new user gets changed after signup. I set at joined after 1 day to see if it works as expected. Thank you!!
  11. @MorriganI was just looking at group promotions. How do you set the criteria so it will work on registration? "Less than 0 days ago"? We have a group promotion that looks at anyone in a primary group for 7 days and then moves them to a different group. What we're trying to achieve is giving them a secondary group on registration, then changing it after 7 days if they haven't converted in some other way (like a purchase)
  12. @MorriganI didn't realize that group promotions work on signup/registration. I'll check that out. Thank you.
  13. @Adriano Faria Thank you. Will this allow an ADMIN to set a particular secondary group? We don't need the user to select the group, but we do want user placed in a secondary group with which we can use group promotions after a period of time.
  14. Is there any way to control what group memberships are added at registration? Of course, on registration, any joining user will get the MEMBERS primary group ( ID 3, I think). Is there a way to add them to other secondary groups?
  15. I know this is not the "right" way to do this, but I can hide it using js: Theme > cms > databaseFilters Add this at the bottom: <script> var el = document.getElementsByName('cms_record_i_started_checkbox'); if(el[0]) { el[0].parentNode.parentNode.style.cssText = 'display:none'; } </script>
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