Can you be more specific about a use-case for this? For in-app purchases, this will be impossible to do (they are bound to Product Identifiers on the app stores and we have to follow the rules and limitations).
So this workaround involves creation of an additional "TOC Collection", that will be free and will have inside the free articles as well as Web Links to the protected ones that are inside the original "Protected Collection".
Now here is the question - in such a configuration we need the "Protected Collection" to be hidden from all the users. Will this be also possible? Thanks
We have good news for you. This will be possible in version 5.2.1:
- Add the .articles that you want to be Entitled in an Entitled Collection.
- Make a new Collection (the TOC Collection) and use Web Links with the url scheme "tp-collection://name-collection/name-arcticle", linked to the .articles in the Entitled Collection
- That way, when a reader taps on the TOC Collection, he will see all the Web Links, but the PayWall will show up when the reader taps on one of the Web Links.
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