Testing for a member label in themes

I would find it incredibly helpful to be able to limit content visibility simply based on the presence or absence of a label. I know the wholes membership thing is in beta, but anything that would make the labels a member attribute in themes would provide a way to effectively have more than one thing to be subscribed to.

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I’d like this as well, at least until multiple membership tiers are added.

I’m migrating over from Patreon, or trying to, where my patrons have varying levels of access. As I can’t yet move them here without losing the tiers, it would be nice to use a combination of complimentary memberships and labels to give them access to different levels of content meanwhile.

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It’s a bit complicated, but there’s a discussion for it over at this thread. Note that it’ll only work for self-hosted versions!

I’d like something similar to this that’s topic-based vs. paid and unpaid.

Is there a way to map Member labels to post Tags? For example, I might have a subset of Members (paid and free) labeled “design”. In a post I might create a private tag called #design. The objective would be for only those members with the matching label and private Tag would get the newsletter and see the post.

I’m sure this could be done in a theme and manually. But I’m trying to do something that can be relatively automated.

It’s similar to audience tags and segmentation in MailChimp.