Our WordPress content protection modules can now revoke dripped membership content! In addition to dripping content after any given amount of time, you can now set that content to become unavailable after any given amount of time.
This allows for drip scenarios where you charge for a set period of access, but stagger the availability of your content. For example, let’s say you sell a course and charge users for one month of access. The course, though, has four different sections, where each section is available in order – one each week. Part 1 is available in week 1, Part 2 in week 2, etc. With content revocation, you can now revoke access to Part 1 in Week 2, etc.
Expire Access to Membership Content
To begin using the content revoking feature, simply enable content dripping, enter when the content should become available, and set how much time should pass before it is revoked. Using our Gutenberg integrations, the settings would look like this.
The new feature to revoke access to membership content is available in all of our content protection modules. Users of WooCommerce Memberships, LifterLMS, Paid Memberships Pro, and Easy Digital Downloads can drip and revoke content using Elementor, Divi, Beaver Builder, or Gutenberg!
Want to find the perfect content protection module for your website? Try our simple setup wizard. Just select which page builder and membership platform you use, and we’ll show you the right module.