Hi Memberstack community! So nice to meet you here. I have some questions that hope the team and all experts can vouch in. I’m open to suggestions or even pro help.
Context: I’m opening a new business. It’s a paid membership for a meal delivery service. Basically, you pay for me to bring you delicious, organic food. I’m doing the onboarding through Landbot.io, using Webflow for my website and, of course, Memberstack. So, here are my questions.
The easy one first. I have clients that buy monthly packages from me, but many of them do travel a lot or go out frequently. Of course, I won’t deliver their food for them those days so, what can I do here? Is there a way to pause a membership? I don’t want to fall into charging people and then send back a portion of that money or do a roll over kind of thing or start creating a new suscription for every person. If I could just pause the suscription, people will stay in the same tier, pay exactly the same, just on another day.
Since I do food, I have several packages. 14 type of meal configurations, weekly or monthly and with six types of menus (we serve people that are in training, vegan, vegetarian, etc). So that leaves with a lot of configurations, hehe. What’s my best shot here? To basically do a membership for every type of configuration? The bot does have the ability to distinguish options from a client (asking questions and retrieving info), so technically, in the flow, when a user gets to the point of choosing let’s say “Vegan menu, breakfast and dinner, no snacks, monthly”, the bot could already have stored an specific link to a specific type of membership and then charge and get the user to their dashboard. Landbot can use web hooks in their flow, idk if that helps in some way. Since I’m not a developer, my mind doesn’t have all the options you surely are thinking of right now
Where can I find more info on ms-attributes? Is there a tutorial for that? I would to show people fun facts on why my service is helping them achieving their goals.
Thank you SO MUCH for the help. I’m kind of lost here on what’s the best way to approach my project. I don’t mind doing hard work getting it perfect and the most automatized way possible, but I also don’t wanna overcomplicate things if there’s an “easy” solution.