Current, archived and deleted users.

What are current, archived and deleted users.

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The member administration consists of current, archived and deleted users. In this article you will read what this means and what you can do with it. It is good to know that within these categories there is room to add more membership statuses and edit them. You can read how to do this here.

Current Members

Current members are all the members who pay for their membership at your association, have their own profile and therefore are able to login on your website. Next to the price of your monthly plan, you also pay a flat fee for each current member. This flat fee is determined based on your type of plan.

In the demo-environment current members are subdivided into the 'Aspirant lid' (Aspiring member) and 'lid' (member). As explained above, you can edit and add different member statuses yourself, you can also change the name from Dutch to English. By default a new member will be added to 'Aspirant lid'.

Archived members

The member status 'archived' is often used for 'Alumni' or 'Old-members'. Archived members are members of which you want to save the personal information but who can no longer login to your website. This way you can save their personal information cost-free! You can of course, also still email archived members. This way you can easily keep in touch with your alumni.

Thus, you can archive a member if you want to deny them access to the logged-in parts of your website, but still want to keep their personal information and want to be able to email them.

Deleted members

Deleted members are members that in no way, shape or form are still connected to your association. In the case you do not want to keep the personal information (archiving), you can delete a member which will add them to the 'Deleted members' section. This can be used, for example, in the case of a member signing up twice or has signed up wrongly. Although deleting a member can always be undone, we do not recommend deleting a member because this mean you can no longer view, edit or use their information.

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