6 days, 23 hours ago reformedmediaParticipant
I hope you are fine this new year.
I found that when I assign specific plugins to a plan and sign up separately with a new email to that plan to test it, the plugins have no effect. I have to manually turn them on in the account I created using my super admin account.
Perhaps I’m not understanding how the plugins work. I have various plans. I want certain plugins to be on different plans, so I “Network Deactivate” them and then assign them to the plans I want. But nothing happens when I create a new account using the template and plan.
Does this have anything to do with the templates having the plugins active in the template? For example, my “basic plan” should not have an audio player plugin called Sermon Manager Pro. But I want it active for my “Pro Plan.” To show what it looks like I have it activated in the template.
What am I doing wrong?
Eric5 days, 11 hours ago Arindo DuqueKeymaster
Hey, @reformedia. We are super excited for this new Year and there’s a lot of good stuff coming soon.
Adding a plugin to the allowed list on the Plan edit page does not auto-activate that plugin on site creation, it only makes that plugin visible to customers of that plan. If you really want the new sites to be spun up with the plugins activated, you’ll need to create a site template, activate them there and attach that site template to that plan.
I do realize that this is not the best experience possible, so we are trying to come up with a way to allow super admins to select between different states for plugins on each plan, like disabled (hidden), enabled (visible, but not activated by default), and activated. This has some technical challenges behind it that make it difficult to implement though. =(
Hope that helps,
Kind regards3 days, 8 hours ago reformedmediaParticipant
Thanks Arindo. Look forward to the updates. Thanks for all you do.
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