Setting Redirects for Signup, Login & Logout

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Josh Lopez
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There are a few different ways to set up redirects in Memberstack.

We recommend first setting your global Default Redirects first, and then setting your Plan Level Redirects after that.

Default Redirects

Navigate to the Default Redirects page in your Memberstack dashboard.

Signup Redirects → Use this to welcome new members, ask onboarding questions, track conversion events, redirect members who have not completed checkout, and more!

Login Redirects → Use to grant access to your members-only area. Usually a central "dashboard" page. If all of your plans are paid, we recommend creating a "complete" checkout page so folks who fail to checkout can do so the next time they visit. 

Logout Redirects → Let the member know they have been logged out. Default = home. 

Plan-Level Redirects

Signup Redirects → Triggers when a member purchases a paid plan or joins a free plan. Use this to welcome new members, ask onboarding questions, and to track conversion events, and more!

Login Redirects → Use to grant access to your members-only area. Usually a central "dashboard" page.

Logout Redirects → Let the member know they have been logged out. Default = home. 

Things to Consider

Redirects must be relative links. At this time, it is not possible to redirect to another website after signup, login, checkout, or logout. 

There are a few places to define redirects in Memberstack, and some can be overridden by other types of redirects. If this seems confusing, we recommend sticking with project-level and plan-level redirects.

  • Default redirects → Affects all members on your site. Overridden by the following...
    • Plan-level redirects →  Affects members on a particular plan. Overridden by the following…
      • Member-level redirects →  Learn how you can define a member-specific login redirect
        • Form-level redirects → Not recommended for most projects. Effects members who signup/login using a form on your site with a hard-coded redirect.

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