First, we'll create the User Defined Field that stores the different types of membership levels
  1. Click Management
  2. Click User Defined Fields under Database Configuration
  3. Click the name of a category you would like to store this field under
  4. Click New Defined Field under Tasks
  5. Enter Membership Level as the Name
  6. Select Text as the Data Type 
  7. Click Step 2 Field Application 
  8. Select Transactions as the Field Application since this information will be stored in the journal entry
  9. Click Step 3 Field Attributes 
  10. It is not suggested that you make this field required, but if you want this field to be available in your Advanced Search, select that. 
  11. Click Step 4 Display Type 
  12. Select Allow assignment of only one item (Example Field 2)
  13. Click Step 6 Values 
  14. Enter the name of one of the levels you are offering (example: Gold Level) and click Add Value
  15. Continue to enter the names of each one of the levels, clicking Add Value after each name
  16. Click Save and Finish when it is completed. 
Then, we'll add this field to the Membership DIY Form
  1. Click Management
  2. Click DIY Forms
  3. Click the Edit button next to the Membership Form
  4. Hover over the section below the Membership Information heading and click the pencil icon
  5. Click Select a Field below the Membership Level heading
  6. Select the category where you stored the Membership Level User Defined Field from the drop down menu
  7. Select the Membership Level User Defined Field
  8. Set prices for the different Membership Levels
  9. Click Ok
  10. Click Update
  11. Click Go Live to publish these changes