Are you looking for a premium WordPress plugin that will help you manage members of your WordPress site or create a superb membership site? In this Ultimate Membership Pro review, we will take a close look at a premium plugin that lets you do just that.
While there are various membership plugins in the market, finding the best plugin for a membership site can be daunting. However, the Ultimate Membership Pro plugin packs various features that make it easier for you to manage your WordPress site.
Apart from that, it has a wide array of functionalities that are developed for different site members, so that they can enjoy everything that’s featured on your site. So let’s get right into it, shall we?
Ultimate Membership Pro
With more than 30,000 sales on CodeCanyon, the Ultimate Membership Pro plugin features various functionalities that can help create various types of membership websites with multiple membership plans.
This plugin comes with 40+ addons that make it easier for you to work on different parts of your membership site. Apart from that, it packs 35 premium add-ons, which can extend the functionality of the plugin.
So whether you are planning to create a paid membership or a free membership plan for your site visitors, this plugin packs everything you need to achieve that.
Key Features of Ultimate Membership Pro
Customization (Forms, Shortcodes, And Templates)
When it comes to customization, this plugin has various features that let you edit your membership site easily. For starters, it offers you different templates that can be used as registration forms, saving you from the hassle of creating a registration form from scratch.
It doesn’t stop there.
The Ultimate Membership Pro plugin also packs other templates that can be used to create account pages and subscription plans.
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If you plan to add different fields to forms to capture more data or display additional information, this plugin might be suitable for you. It features multiple custom fields such as the check-box field, profile picture field, multi-select field, and the data picker field.
There are also various options that make it possible for you to determine the users who are going to access such fields. For instance, if you are planning to include a basic membership plan and an advanced membership plan on your website, you can give the advanced membership plan users access to some premium fields.
This also makes it easier for you to determine the different features that you will be offering on different membership plans.
It gets better.
Such fields have conditional logic options, making it easier for
This article was written by Team WPLift and originally published on Learn WordPress with WPLift.