AccessAlly Pro (formerly ProgressAlly) includes a unique “Events” feature that allows you to create powerful automations inside your membership site.
For example, you can tag a user when they log into the site, view a certain page, or complete specific objectives.
This can open up even more opportunity for you to make your website ultra-personal for the user.
Please watch the video tutorial on this page to learn how to set it up:
Using “Events” to Check Off Objectives
Sometimes you might want to check off an objective on another page (or on the same page) based on a certain set of objectives being completed.
One use case might be to have someone submit 3 Private Notes, and having an objective that says “Submitted all homework” automatically checked off.
Here’s how you’d set something like this up in ProgressAlly Events:
If you need to add an objective for each Private Note, but you don’t want them to show them on the page itself – you can use the shortcode adder to display only a sub-set of the objectives (called partial objectives).
So in a sense, you’ve got more objectives that are being used in the Events area but they don’t need to be shown on the front end to the students.
Of course, there’s a lot of flexibility built into both Objectives and Events. You decide what you’re trying to accomplish first, and then you can use these tools to make it happen.