Summary:  This training will guide you through the process necessary to setup and edit your Bonus Bin settings that control emails communicating to the customers when their funds are deposited and their payouts are processed.  The training will also provide guidance that will show you where and how you may change the colors for the Bonus Bin chart settings affecting the colors for available standard funds, available allocated funds, transaction deposit histories and transaction deduction histories.

Log Into WorldVu Dashboard

  • System > Configuration > Bonus Bin Setting (Located under the menu “Xennsoft Settings”

Establishing/Editing Bonus Bin Settings

  • Click on “Email Settings”
  • To enable email communications, change “Enabled” to “Yes”
  • Identify the “Email Sender” by choosing from the list provided
  • If you would like a copy provided to a WorldVu Admin of all emails sent to customers, enter the appropriate email
  • Choose the email templates you wish to use for communication to the customer.  1)  Choose an email for “Funds Deposited” and 2) Choose an email for “Payout Processed”

Note:  You may choose from the default email templates for your email communications or you may modify these templates which are located in Template Master > Email > Transactional Emails.  You may also create new emails from which you can choose through the Template Master.

  • Click on “Chart Settings”
  • Choose the appropriate colors which you wish to use to identify the following fields:  1) “Available Funds Chart Standard Color” 2) “Available Funds Chart Allocated Color”  3) “Transaction History Deposit Color” and 4) “Transaction History Deduction Color”
  • Click “Save Config” when finished creating/editing “Bonus Bin Settings”


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We hope this helps.  Check out our other training posts for additional assistance.