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  • Editing subscriptions to include secondary usergroup?

    Hi,

    Tonight I edited my existing subscriptions via Subscription Manager to include a secondary usergroup.

    Everything is working perfectly for people who bought a paid subscription after I added the secondary usergroup tonight, but the secondary usergroup doesn't show up in accounts that existed prior to tonight's edit.

    In other words, do I have to go back through every user account and manually check the secondary usergroup? I tried going into Task Manager in order to do "Run Now" on Subscriptions, but that didn't add the new secondary usergroup to the accounts of my subscribers.

    Please help! Do I have to create a new Scheduled Task in order to accomplish this? If so, which .php do I target?

    Thanks for any help.

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    I don't know how to make that retroactive except to manually edit those accounts.
    Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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    • #3
      Okay, thank you for your reply, Steve.

      After searching here for nearly 5 hours that's kind of what I figured because I couldn't find a way to make it happen.

      Now I've got 1300 accounts to convert over, so I need to get busy.

      Thanks again for clarifying!

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      • #4
        how about a database table edit instead via PHPMyAdmin

        If you need help just PM me here

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