Ever considered offering trial memberships through Novi? Or maybe you have a member type that comes with a term limit?
Consider using Renewal Limits in your Member Type Settings to take control of how and when members renew.
Renewal Limits on Member-Initiated Renewals
When a member type has auto-renewals disabled or opt-in, members can take the initiative to renew themselves from the Member Compass. Associations can guide this renewal process by setting Renewal Limits, found on the Renewal tab of Member Type Settings.
Limit Renewals to Certain Member Types
If you have selected the allow members to change member type upon renewal checkbox in Association Settings, all member types allowing front end registration and relevant to that member's current setup will be visible (read more about member-initiated renewals).
Renewal limits allow associations to guide members to only specific member types of their choosing.
Select the Limit renewals to certain member types checkbox
Select all member types that should be available to this member type upon renewal
Limit Number of Renewals per Member
If members can only be in a particular member type for a certain number of consecutive terms/years, select the Limit # of renewals per member checkbox
Remember that this is consecutive terms/years when deciding your limitations. For example:
If they can only be this member type for 1 term/year, set the # of renewals to 0 - they will have to choose a new member type the first time they expire as this member type
If they can be in this member type for 3 terms/years, set the # of renewals to 2
Renewal Limits when Auto-Renew is Enabled
Renewal limits can be set on member types with auto-renew enabled, but there are a few things to consider.
How many times can an organization/individual renew as this member type after joining? (example: a 3 year term would renew 2 times)