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"Save for later" functionality for CMS (using MemberStack)

This client wants a “save for later” functionality for events, so users can essentially bookmark pages within the site and view what they’ve saved in a user-specific page (via MemberStack). I’ve done a lot of research and can’t seem to find any information on how to code something like this… Does anyone have any experience? I was thinking maybe I could have a plus/minus button on each element that would add a class or something when clicked, then I could filter by that class on the results page… But not sure if that would work since it would have to be a persistent save (even when user leaves current page etc).

Here is the current read-only link:
And the live site:




Hi. Worth asking Memberstack / @DuncanHamra about this also - I think at one time they were working on offering something like this.

I remember a ‘Member Bucket’ for saving items mentioned on their Slack channel in the past.


Thanks—I will :slight_smile:

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Update for those who may happen upon this post as they are searching for a similar solution—MemberStack is working on this and @DuncanHamra was able to help me out with a solution in the meantime :slight_smile: very excited about the possibilities!


Mind sharing the workaround for this?

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Hi @Emmanuel_Kaska, so sorry, somehow I missed this! Please DM @DuncanHamra if you need help with it :slight_smile:

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Hi @Emmanuel_Kaska! Are you still looking for a solution?

Hi @DuncanHamra is there a text/video tutorial that we can learn from?

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Hello! There is actually. I’ll DM you with more info.

Hi Duncan! I am still looking for a solution. Could you DM me with info? Basically looking for a “starred” option for content on a page (like something you’d see on pinterest. Any help is SO appreciated.

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I finally made the project cloneable!

Here’s a high-level overview that explains what’s going on. If you need help, please post in this thread or start a new one in the MemberStack forum.