[Wishlist] Enable quantities during checkout Not planned

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Memberstack Team

[This post was migrated from our old community roadmap]

1) The problem → On signup I need my users need to enter the amount of properties they have.
Example: Membership plan is $5/month per property.
They input number of properties on signup and price adjusts accordingly.
2) Why is this important → This is the most effective way for me to price/sell my products.
3) What's your plan B → Create "bundle" memberships, change my pricing model, or use another service.
4) Possible solutions we could build for you → Let me enable a quantity selector in the checkout and profile so members can easily adjust their purchase. The quantity should be part of the signup/renewal payload. Would allow a developer to build "credits" system.

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7 comments

  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra

    If you are excited about this feature please leave a 👍 and a comment explaining why this feature is important for your project. We read every comment and prioritize our roadmap with those comments in mind.

    This feature is not currently scheduled for development.

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  • Comment author
    Gabriël Broos

    This feature is also required for my project. We sell cybersecurity solutions + cyber insurance for a per-employee price (this best represents the amount of work, we assume we have to secure 2–3 endpoints per employee). It would be great to see it added to the development roadmap.

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  • Comment author
    Steven Losch

    This feature would be great for issuing fractional shares to members.

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  • Comment author
    saad minhas

    Desperately need this!

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  • Comment author
    Duncan Hamra

    Agreed! This feature is vital for some use cases. We don't have it scheduled yet, but I would LOVE to see this feature released this year. TBD.

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  • Comment author
    Will Owen

    Would also love this..

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  • Comment author
    Abigail Mercer

    I would love this!! 

    Is this in development? 

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