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We are looking to sell group memberships to allow entire companies to access the members-only section of our website. The way it ought to work is, a company purchases a membership, and each employee of that company gains access to the content behind the paywall; they do this by creating a squarespace account of their own and linking their account to the "parent" account belonging to the company itself. That way, they get access to the member site via the company's purchased group plan. The problem is, squarespace doesn't currently have this functionality. We want these companies to have full control of the access their employees have (ability to end access for employees that leave the company, and add new employees as they are hired), and maybe even have information on things like dates/times logged in, pages visited, etc (basically an activity log). What surprises me about this whole thing is that this type of functionality was hinted at in a squarespace article published this year, but the functionality has never been implemented. Look where it says, "Community group memberships" https://www.squarespace.com/blog/entrepreneurship-trends-2023 

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