Hello, just curious how to setup and expose plan variants i.e.:
There is a set of full-price subscriptions, and there is a reduced price version of each plan. What is the most effective and easy way to do this? All plans parameters, restrictions are the same, but I want the user to select a reduced price version, if he is a student or without income etc.
Is there any advice or trick to set this up?
Or do I have to make many copies of a base plan. Which would be o.k. for different rules and actions per plan, but this is currently not a demand. Although..., it might be helpful to assign a certain usergroup/ACL for a student, if he selected a reduced plan. Or I could set a certain CB field value, to mark a user type or its status.
There is also a question in UX. Since there will be a lot of (similar) plans, the users might get confused by the amount. Too many options and repeated plans might confuse the average user. How to get a clean plans page for this?
(PS: Certainly, this type of subscription needs further manual actions. In general, this "student/special" status has to be checked by an admin, and the student has to upload a file or scan as an evidence etc.)