SendInBlue Integration with DAP

DAP integrates with all leading Email Marketing platforms such as AWeber, ActveCampaign, ConvertKit, MailChimp, GetResponse, Drip, MailerLite and now we've added SendInBlue to the list!


Sendinblue is one of the best email platforms for trigger-based and transactional emails. 


It's very easy to integrate DAP with SendInBlue using the Automation Engine.


Step 1. Get SendInBlue API Key

Login to your SendInBlue account. Get the API Key from the SMTP & API page.


Step 2. Add a NEW External Connection

Visit the DAP Products >> Manage Automations Page and click on the Add a New External Connections button.


Step 3. Connect DAP with SendInBlue

On the External Integrations page, enter your SendInBlue API Key.


Step 4. Visit the DAP Manage Automations page >> Create a New Automation

=> Visit the DAP Products >> Manage Automations Page and click on the External Integrations button.


Step 5. Start Automation

=>  Select a DAP product and click on Start Automation


Step 6. Connect your Product to the list in SendInBlue

Add automation rules.


You can create different rules for "when users get access to a product" and "when users lose access to a product". 

=> DAP will add users to the configured SendInBlue list when they get access to the product in DAP.

=> DAP will remove users from the configured SendInBlue list when they get access to the product in DAP.

That's it! 


Now you can test by giving any user access to the DAP product that's connected to SendInBlue and user should automatically get added to the right list in SendInBlue.

SendGrid Integration with DAP

By default, DAP connects with your webhost's email SMTP service to send out emails. However, you can easily connect DAP with an external SMTP provider.


If you want to integrate DAP with SendGrid's SMTP API, please follow these steps:

Step 1. Create an API Key in SendGrid.


Step 2. Enter your SendGrid API Credentials in DAP Email >> SMTP page


Login to your DAP admin dashboard.


Visit Email >> SMTP page:
=> Set the hostname to smtp.sendgrid.net
=> Set username to apikey
=> Set password to the API key generated in step #1.
=> Set the port to 587
=> Set SSL to N

This will allow DAP to connect to SendGrid via API.

Group Memberships And Sub-Accounts

DAP comes with a built-in group membership feature where schools, coaches, companies, corporate organizations, etc., can buy memberships on behalf of a group of people - referred to as sub-accounts.


You can specify the number of seats the group owners can create and manage. The group owners can give their sub-accounts access to products, remove access and add/remove sub-accounts.The sub-accounts will receive an email with their login credentials when the group owners give them access.


As a site-owner, you can configure the products that the group owners can manage.

Watch this video to see step-by-step how you can set this all up in DAP.

Magazine Model – Shortcodes

Say that you want to create a magazine subscription style content dripping where the content is available between a certain date range, and only active users (that had access to the content during that time period), are allowed to access it, you can easily do this using the new magazine model shortcodes in DAP. 

Here are a few examples to show you how it'll work:

Case 1:  

Content start: Oct 1st, 2020  

Content end; Oct 31st, 2020.

Say the user signed up on Oct 10th, 2020.

Say now it's the month of November.


Shortcode:  

[DAP hasaccessto='5' startdate='2020-10-01' enddate='2020-10-31' post_cancel_access='Y']

If user has access to product id = 5, then the user can access this content if they had access to it anytime in October and as long their access to product has not yet expired.

[DAP]


Result: User can access the content even though the content expired in Oct because user had access to it when they joined.


Case 2:

Content start: Oct 1st, 2020

Content end; Oct 31st, 2020.

Say the user signed up in November 2020 and has active access now.


Shortcode:
[DAP hasaccessto='5' startdate='2020-10-01' enddate='2020-10-31' post_cancel_access='Y']

If user currently has active access to product id = 5 but started in November 2020 or later, then the user cannot access this content as they started after the content had already expired.

[/DAP]


Result: User cannot access the content because user started after the content had already expired.


Case 3:

Content start: Oct 1st, 2020

Content end; Oct 31st, 2020.

Say the user signed up in August but access expired in September 2020.


Shortcode:
[DAP hasaccessto='5' startdate='2020-10-01' enddate='2020-10-31' post_cancel_access='Y']

If user does not have active access to product id = 5, no matter when they started, they can't access the content.

[/DAP]


Result: 

User cannot access the content because user does not have active access to product.


Case 4:

Content start: Oct 1st, 2020

Content end; Oct 31st, 2020.

Say the user signed up in August, had access to content in October but access expired mid October.


Shortcode:
[DAP hasaccessto='5' startdate='2020-10-01' enddate='2020-10-31' post_cancel_access='Y']

User had access in October but as the user no longer has access, cant access content.

[/DAP]


Result: 

User cannot access the content because user does not have active access to product.


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How to Turn Off Payment Notification Emails

When a new payment is received, DAP automatically sends out a payment notification email with order details.

By default, it's turned on and notifications are sent for all products.


We've now added a new configuration that will allow you to turn OFF email notifications that goes out to the admin upon every successful purchase.


You'll be able to turn it off for ALL products or just for the configured products. 

How to turn off payment notification emails

1.

Go to DAP Setup >> Config page >> Notifications tab << Click on Order Notification

2.

By default, notification is turned ON for all products.

By default, DAP will send payment notifications but you can turn it off. 

3.

Turn it off for all products or just the selected products. 

You can turn off notifications for all products or just the selected products. 

BuddyBoss Integration with DAP

Integration between DigitalAccessPass (DAP) and the BuddyBoss platform will allow you create a powerful online communities membership site


You can control access to your BuddyBoss groups and profile types at "membership/product level".


Assign Group & Profile Type Access Based on Membership Level/Product

1.

When users receive access to a Product/Level

  • Automatically add members to one or more groups
  • Automatically remove from one or more groups
2.

When users lose access to a Product/Level (subscription cancellation or access is removed)

  • Automatically remove from one or more group(s)
3.

Assign Access to Profile Types

  • Automatically add members to one or more profile types when they sign up for your products/levels. 

Simple Steps to integrate DAP with BuddyBoss


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Step 1: Download the BuddyBoss Add-On from your Members Area on DigitalAccessPass.com

1. Login to your Members Area on the DigitalAccessPass Site.

2. Under the "Downloads" tab, you'll find the BuddyBoss Add-On. Download it.

3. Upload it to your site via WordPress Admin >> Plugins >> Installer.

4. Activate the DAP BuddyBoss Plugin.

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Step 2: Set up Group Rules

1. Go to DAP Dashboard >> Products/Levels >> BuddyBoss page.

2. In the Group Rules tab:

-> Select the DAP product/level.

-> Add To Group: Select the BuddyBoss group(s) to which you want to give access.  

-> Remove from Group: Select the BuddyBoss group(s) from which you want to remove access.  

3. You can set up different add/remove group rules for different products/levels.

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Step 3: Set up Profile Type Rules

1. Go to DAP Dashboard >> Products/Levels >> BuddyBoss page.

2. In the Profile Type Rules tab:

=> Select the DAP product/level.

=> Select the BuddyBoss profile type to which you want to give access.  

3. You can set up different profile type rules for different products/levels.

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Step 4: Member Cancellation / Remove Rules

1. Go to DAP Dashboard >> Products/Levels >> BuddyBoss page.

2. In the Member Cancellation tab:

=> Select the DAP product/level.

=> Select the BuddyBoss group(s) from which you want to remove access. 

3. You can set up different cancellation rules for different products/levels.

How to Test this Integration


Say you have two products - Product A and Product B. 

Set up group and profile rules for both of these products before your start testing.

Use Case 1: Give Access to Product A

1. Go to DAP Dashboard >> Members >> Add page

2. Add a NEW user to a Product A (for which you've setup "Group and Profile Type" Rules).

3. Login (via the DAP login page) using this new members' email / password.

4. Visit your BB Profile. See if you were added to the right group and assigned the right profile types.

Use Case 2: Give existing user access to Product B

1. Go to DAP dashboard >> Members >> Manage page. 

2. Find the user that you added in the previous test case. Now give this user access to Product B

3. Login (via the DAP login page) using this new members' email / password.

4. Visit your BB Profile. See if you were added to the right group and assigned the right profile types.

Use Case 3: Member Cancellation

1. Make sure to setup cancellation rules in DAP dashboard >> BuddyBoss page for products A and B.

2. Go to DAP Dashboard >> Products/Levels page >> Find the product >> Click on the Advanced Tab >> Set "Cancellation/Expiration" action to "Remove from Product".

3. Now to test this, go to DAP Dashboard >> Members Manage page >> Find the user from earlier tests and click on the "trash" icon to remove their access to product A or B. See if the cancellation rules are triggered. See if the group and profile type is set correctly in BuddyBoss.

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Custom Error Page

When users try to access a protected page in a not-logged-in state, or if they are logged-in but don't have access, DAP will display an error page.

The error page looks like this by default (for not-logged-in users),

Custom Error Page

If you don't want to use the default error page, you can create a page in WordPress and use that as your error page! 

Please follow these steps (just one-time setup):

Step 1: Create a page in WordPress.

Let's say you call it "error". 


Step 2: You can add two different messages on this page - One for logged-in users and another for not-logged-in users.


You can use the DAP shortcode to display different messages to logged-in members without access and not-logged-in members.

Here is an example:



[DAP isLoggedIn="Y"]

You’re seeing this message either because this content is not yet available.

-OR-

If you haven’t yet signed up for this content, then please visit this page to purchase access to this content.

-OR-

If you've purchased this product and unable to access this content, please contact us here and we'll get this fixed up for you!

[/DAP]


[DAP isLoggedIn="N"]

This content is only available to logged-in members of this product. You’re seeing this message because you are not logged-in.

Please login below:

[INSERT LOGIN SHORTCODE HERE]

[/DAP]


Step 3: Visit the DAP Admin >> Setup >> Config page >> Access & Navigation section >> set Error Page URL to /error .

Step 4: Visit the DAP products page >> "Advanced" tab.


Select your product and set the Error Page URL to /error. Do this for all of your products.

That's it!


Going forward, whenever you add a NEW product in DAP, the only thing you have to do is set the Error Page URL to /error in the DAP Products page >> Advanced tab.

How to Create Facebook API Key

When you use WordPress plugins that interface with Facebook via APIs, you'll have to generate a Facebook App ID & Secret Key to use the plugin.

Watch this short video to see how to quickly and easily create a Facebook App ID & Secret Key for your domain!

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FB ShareToUnlock: Hide Premium Content behind a cool "ShareToUnlock" template. Users can share your page on Facebook to access the hidden content.

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MailerLite Integration

MailerLite provides all the latest email marketing features designed to help you grow subscribers and build stronger relationships. 

MailerLite also has a FREE plan and it includes:

  • Up to 1,000 subscribers
  • Send up to 12,000 emails per month
  • Full access to features like automation, landing pages, advanced segmentation and more

Steps to Integrate DAP with MailerLite

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Get MailerLite API Key

Login to your MailerLite account. You'll find your API Key in the Integrations page.

Click on "Use" under Developer API. You'll find your API Key there.

2

Create your Groups in MailerLite

Create your Groups in MailerLite >> Subscribers >> Click on Groups.

3

Add API Key in DAP >> Products >> Manage Connections Page

Go to DAP >> Products >> Manage Connections page and add a new connection for

 MailerLite. Enter your MailerLite API key on this page.

4

Add New Automation

Go to DAP >> Products >> Manage Automation page, click on "Product  Automation",

select the product and add two automation rules:

  • Add users to your MailerLite group when they get access to product in DAP.
  • Remove users from your ML group when they lose access to product in DAP.
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Test the Integration

Add a new user to product that's connected to ML via DAP Members >> Add Member page.
Login to your ML account and click on Subscribers. See if you find the new subscriber in ML.

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