Allow your staff to change the user password by entering a new password and send it to the user so that he can login. You may get an email from a user asking you to change his password but WHMCS starting from version 8 admin will not have the ability to change the user password from the admin area that’s why we created the change user password module it will allow the admin to go to the client > manage users form the manage user drop-down menu you can select change password.
Change password form clients > manage users Change password from client profile > users tab Send email notification to the user Email template One click to change password For more details and screenshot visit the product page
Today, we're pleased to announce Lara v8, which is fully compatible with WHMCS v8.0.0!
Want to change the default WHMCS Admin Template "i.e., Blend" ?! .. Welcome to Lara! Lara, is WHMCS & AdminLTE blended together, resulting in a beautiful WHMCS Admin Theme, that can be used on daily basis, without hurting your eyes!
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The theme comes with tons of options, beside the good looks :
Google Analytics Widget : Without leaving your WHMCS admin area, check user sessions, countries, operating systems and other Google Analytics metrics. [ Free addon for Limited Time Only ] Google Real Time Monitor [Beta] : Real-Time allows you to monitor activity as it happens on your site or app. The reports are updated continuously and each hit is reported seconds after it occurs. For example, you can see how many people are on your site right now, which pages or events they're interacting with, and which goal conversions have occurred. Google Analytics Devices Report : See which devices or brands drives the most mobile traffic to your website, all in one place. Staff Chat Widget, Staff members can easily chat with each other, directly from within WHMCS admin interface. [ Free addon for Limited Time Only ] Advanced WHMCS orders/income integration : Fully customizable graph, with Google Analytics and WHMCS orders/income, broken down by any of the following : Product Type (Domain Names, Shared Hosting, Reseller Accounts, VPS/Servers and Other Products & Addons). Product Groups (as defined in your WHMCS). Individual Products. Not only that, but with a dedicated Graph Options menu, each administrator can :
Customize all graph options and colors. View all orders, new orders or renewal orders only.
The hook assigns clients to groups based on the number of active domains in their accounts (Active, Grace and Redemption). This is particularly useful for Domain Pricing slabs. Let's take this code as example.
$groups['1'] = '10'; $groups['2'] = '25'; $groups['3'] = '100'; The key of $groups array (eg. ['1']) represents the ID of the group while the value the number of active domains. According to the above configuration, here is what happens:
Customer A has 10 domains. He goes to client group ID 2. Next day domains become 9. The the customer is removed from the group Customer B has 99 domains. He still goes to client group ID 2 but will be moved to 3 in case he manages to reach 100 domains Customer C has 250 domains. Group ID 3 The hook runs with WHMCS daily cron job meaning that customers are moved (or removed) from groups on a daily basis. Optionally, you can use the following feature to add some restrictions:
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This hook is similar to the one that assigns clients to groups based on purchases. This time we're assigning clients to groups based on registration date or more precisely on user seniority. Let's take this code as example.
$groups['1'] = '90'; $groups['2'] = '180'; $groups['3'] = '365'; They key of $groups array (eg. ['1']) represents the ID of the group while the value user seniority (days between registration date and current date). According to the above configuration, here is what happens:
Customer A registered 34 days ago. No change Customer B registered 90 days ago. He goes to client group ID 2 Customer C registered 364 days ago. Still group ID 2 Customer D registered 500 days ago. He goes to client group ID 3 Optionally, you can turn on any of the following features to add some restrictions:
$activeCustomers rules apply only on Active customers (boolean true or false) $oldestPurchase rules apply only on if customer has a product/service or domain older than the given number of days (integear) The hook runs with WHMCS daily cron job meaning that tomorrow the customer C of the above example will move from group 2 to 3.
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When the status of a support ticket changes, WHMCS doesn't send any notification. We can tweak this process by sending an email and optionally also automatically add a reply to the ticket itself. This way you can guide customers through the resolving process letting them track the progress of tickets.
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