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  • Manon Lisa

    Hi thank you for your superb theme & plugin. Question is how and where do you integrate the “upgrade to featured” payment. Usually it is at the end of add listing page. I have your last version and woocommerce install. One product Plan 1-simple product-virtual-uncategorized (no listing categories available). Then Hive Package plan 1-woo plan 1-limit 1-14 days-featured-post attribute 10 (then tested 11).
    Nothing appear in Attributes. Nothing in new attribute. Not in add listing or my account.
    The woo product is in woo shop. Normal.
    What am I missing?
    Do we have to send customers to that page? How is it going to be related to the ad?
    Thanks for your help.

    ihor developer

    Thanks, glad you like it!

    You can add a few listing packages in Listings/Packages section and link them with WooCommerce products, and add a single free package (it can be used only once, then user has to buy a package). At the moment there’s no option for featuring separate listings, but it’s on the roadmap. You can add some premium packages that make all listings added via this package featured, but it’s not possible to pay to make a single listing featured (unless you add a package with the listing limit set to 1).

    William

    First of all congratulations to the whole team for the plugin, it is very useful and has many customization options.

    I have a doubt, I have already resorted to all the topics on this subject, but I confess that I still don’t quite understand how the feature for outstanding litigation works.

    In the system I am creating, I will need 3 packages with different values, in addition to the free one. The problem is that currently it is only possible to choose a woocommerce product to highlight listings, is there no way to give the user the options to choose one of the 3 featured packages?

    Thank you so much for your help.
    Hugs, William

    William

    To complement, here’s an example

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    ihor developer

    Thanks! If you have a minute, please rate it on WP.org https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/hivepress/reviews/ This really helps to continue the development.

    You can add listing packages (each with its own restrictions or features), and also offer to make any listing featured for a flat fee (in case if someone already added a listing and decided to make it featured later). Please try following the screencasts in the docs https://hivepress.io/docs/extensions/paid-listings/

    santerimikael

    Hey

    I have created two package, one free with one listing and premium with unlimited listing.
    I used the free one and now it`s says limit exceed as planned. But when i try to upgrade the package to premium I am unable to change the package. It always redirect me to the package selection page.

    Do i need to delete the previous package before selecting the new one?

    Thanks for the help!

    Br
    Santeri

    ihor developer

    Please make sure that the premium one is linked with a WooCommerce product https://hivepress.io/docs/extensions/paid-listings/ and all the required WooCommerce pages are created (Cart, Checkout, etc). There should be a redirect to Checkout page.

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