Here are some screenshots, to give a fuller idea of the plugin’s capabilities. Each screenshot has some further comments on the capabilities shown.
Configuring the options for the automatic renewal reminder email for your customers:
Editing the automatic renewal reminder email for your customers
The standard WordPress WYSIWYG editor is used for editing your renewal reminder emails. The reminder queue is processed daily; you can also process it manually.
The reminder emails can (via the WooCommerce integration) contain links that take the customer instantly to the shop, and even to automatically log them in and place the relevant items in their cart. Make their renewal as friction-less as possible!
Configuring the automatic reminder emails for your customers:
You can create a WooCommerce coupon (if using the WooCommerce integration) to allow renewals to be discounted. All existing WooCommerce coupon features can be used as well.
Managing a user’s plugin licences
Shop owners can see and edit users’ licences as they see best. With the WooCommerce integration, links are also shown to the customer’s orders, and back from relevant WooCommerce screens to the licence entitlement screen.
A connector class which you can integrate into your plugins with one line of configuration is available:
To hook up your plugins to receive updates from the updates server, you don’t need to do lots of coding – you just need to include one provided class, and add one line of configuration. The rest is taken care of, beautifully!
Managing a new plugin:
Uploading a new plugin version:
If the plugin has a readme.txt or changelog.txt, then this is also read, and changelog information from there is shown to the user.
Managing plugin versions:
Adding a new rule for which users will receive which updates:
Managing the rules as to which users get which update version:
A shortcode is provided to allow users to see what plugins they have and can obtain:
FAQs for Simba plugins (including this one) are available at this link.