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How to Use WP Fusion Tags for Conditional Display Rules in the Thrive Editor
How to Use WP Fusion Tags for Conditional Display Rules in the Thrive Editor

Learn how to condition what your users are shown on a page according to the WP Fusion tags assigned to them.

Iulia Dezmirean avatar
Written by Iulia Dezmirean
Updated over a week ago

In Thrive Editors, you can use the conditional display option to show a different display of an element if the user has WP Fusion tags assigned to them.

For this setup you will, of course, have to have the WP Fusion plugin installed and activated, as well as choose the autoresponder of choice. This article goes into more details on how to install and activate WP Fusion from the WordPress admin dashboard.

Here are some resources that can come in handy in case you need more guidance on how to use this feature:

Once you've added the plugin, you can go to its general settings and manage the tags to be used for this setup:

After you save the changes, you can access the page/post where the element you want to customize is placed.

As an example, I will create a content box that shows a "Buy the course" button for a regular user, but shows a "Download Course PDF" button in case the user has purchased the course and, along with that, has been associated a specific tag in ActiveCampaign.

If you need more information on how you can assign a tag to someone who has purchased a course, you might find this article useful:

To achieve the above-mentioned scenario, I will add two different displays for the same content, one for the situation where the course has been purchased, and one for the one where it isn't (the default display).

For that, I have added this second conditional display set, apart from the default one:

I am going to add a display condition rule for this, so that it applies to the users with WP Fusion tags assigned to them.

To add a display rule, click on the display condition rules option:

This opens a pop-up. The top drop-down allows you to choose if you want to display the content for the variation, or hide it:

In this case, I will choose the "Display content" option.

Then, it's time to build the rule. You can create a new condition set or, in case you've previously created one, look for it and select it using the right-hand side option.

We will create a new one:

To begin with, you can name the condition set and save it, if you need to use it later:

Then, it's time to choose the entity of the rule. Since the rule we're creating is dependent on the user, I will choose "User" here:

In the next field, you will have to further customize the rule by choosing a property of the entity chosen in the first field. With WP Fusion installed and active on your site, one of the options available in this dropdown is the "Has WP Fusion tags" one:

I will choose this one and, in the next and last field available here, you have to select the tags:

Once the setup is complete, click on "Save Conditions":

What happens now is that, if the user has already purchased the course, the tag will be assigned to them. If this happens, they will see the "Download course PDF" button, which is the "Course purchased" display set of the element we've just customized:

If there are no tags associated to the user, they will see the default display:

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