Note: Memberships does require a Liquid code installation to function correctly on your site.
Not sure how to get started with Memberships? Here is a step-by-step guide to help you on your way:
Bold Memberships requires a Liquid coding install to work properly on your site.
If you're comfortable with code, you can complete the installation yourself or request an installation from our Installs team here!
If you haven't already, you'll need to enable customer accounts in order for customers to be able to log into their membership plan. You can set this to be either "optional" or "required"; as long as they aren't disabled.
In order to sell your membership plans to customers, you'll need to connect your Stripe account within the app.
Once your app has been installed and the previous steps have been taken, you can create your first Membership plan. This is the plan that customers will purchase in order to access the perks that you are offering through your membership.
If you'd like to have your memberships listed on their own page, you'll want to create a new page. You can use this to place your buy button or widget.
This step is optional; you can also add your buy button or widget to an already-existing page on your website.
A Memberships buy button placed on a page will allow customers to sign up for your membership plan using a button that opens up a form field.
A Memberships widget is more of an embedded registration field for your plan. Placing it on a page will allow your customers to sign up for your membership using the form field on your page.