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Dripping Content

Once you have protected content by adding it from left-to-right on the “ContentResponder” tab of the Products > Manage page, you can set the dripping day/date and link display text and other drip options, by launching the “Drip Settings” popup (see “1” below) by clicking on the “Edit” icon next to the content you wish to drip.

By default, when you add any content (WP page/post or file), it is set to drip on day #1 by default. Which effectively means “no dripping” – and that the content is available to the member from day 1 of their purchase/signup.

 

1. Shows the “Edit” icon on the “ContentResponder” tab, and clicking it will bring up the “Drip Settings” popup (that shows 2, 3 & 4).

2. On the drip settings popup, the “Link Text” refers to the display text of the link that will be shown to the member on the “My Content” page.

3. If you wish to protect a link, but just NOT show it in the list of links on the “My Content” page, then set this to “No”.

4. Drip Settings: In DAP, you can drip content by Day, Date or restrict access by # of Clicks. You can only choose one method (eg., you cannot drip by day and date at the same time).

 

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Teresa - January 14, 2013

Is there a way to set the time of day of the content on the day I choose?

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Doug - September 23, 2013

When I write a new post, wordpress automatically sets the published date for the day it was written.

When that posts shows up in a member’s drip, does the post display the date that the post was originally written by me, or the date that the post was dripped?

How do I keep the original published date from showing up in my dripped posts?

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Veena Prashanth - September 24, 2013

>>Is there a way to set the time of day of the content on the day I choose? << Sorry no. You can not set the drip to start at a particular time of the day. Thanks, Veena

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Veena Prashanth - September 24, 2013

>>How do I keep the original published date from showing up in my dripped posts? << DAP controls whether or NOT the post is viewable by a user based on the drip setting. The drip date isn't used for display. Thanks, Veena

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Eric webster - December 27, 2013

We are developing a course that we would like to drip over a 7 week period. Each week will have things ot do on specific days of the week. Is there a way to make the content start dripping on a particular day of the week no matter when they sign up? ie the customer signs up on Wednesday and gets a welcome e-mail immediately but the course content doesn’t start to the following Monday.

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Veena Prashanth - December 27, 2013

>>Is there a way to make the content start dripping on a particular day of the week no matter when they sign up? << Sorry, no. Not supported currently. You can do 'day' based dripping or 'date' based but can't do drip on a particular day of week. Thanks, Veena

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