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  • it.wwmummygrab@gmail.com
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    @it-wwmummygrabgmail-com
    #10390

    hi i had attached a graphical illustration of forced matrix and some questions i need to ask about spillover (page 3) and based on your documentation, it will fill a subaffiliates’s top to bottom, to make it reach a depth of Level 5, and then move on to second affiliate. is this true?

    on page 4, does the extra branches appears for parent affiliate only, or available for all sub affiliates in the network?

    and what does cycles mean ?

    and total depth is only used in Unilevel? what happen if i turn this on for a Forced Matrix network ?

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  • Christian Freeman
    Participant
    @christianf
    #10393

    Hi there,

    Allow me to address your questions below:

    1) Yes, this is correct.

    2) Yes, this is also correct. The 4th Sub Affiliate you refer (and beyond) will Spillover to your Downline starting with Level 1, from top to bottom, left to right.

    3) Once the Parent Affiliate completely fills their Matrix of 3 x 5, they have completed 1 Cycle. If you increase the number of Cycles, you increase the number of times that they can build a Matrix of 3 x 5. But if you leave the Cycles set at 1 (Default), any new Spillover affiliates will go down further into the Downline of one of your Sub Affiliates, until an open slot is found in the Matrix.

    4) Extra Branches applies to ALL Parent Affiliates, just like the other Matrix/Structure Settings.

    5) Yes, I only recommend that you use Total Depth for Unilevel Structures, not Forced Matrix. The whole advantage of the Forced Matrix, is to enable Upline affiliates to help their Sub Affiliates build their teams via Spillover. But if the Total Depth is set, there will come a point where there is no where else for the new Sub Affiliate to go in the Downline, since it’s limited to 5 (in your case). If you leave this disabled, it allows every Parent Affiliate to have a Personal Matrix of 3 x 5, not just the first 5 Levels of the Total Matrix.

  • it.wwmummygrab@gmail.com
    Participant
    @it-wwmummygrabgmail-com
    #10397

    2) Yes, this is also correct. The 4th Sub Affiliate you refer (and beyond) will Spillover to your Downline starting with Level 1, from top to bottom, left to right.

    if you look at my attached pdf page 3, what happens if spillover happens and placed D on on A’s Left – Level 1, and then what happens if A referred a new sub-affiliate himself, will it be placed correctly as A1’s position (on page 3) ? given this whole situation is a forced matrix of 3 x 5

    3) Once the Parent Affiliate completely fills their Matrix of 3 x 5, they have completed 1 Cycle. If you increase the number of Cycles, you increase the number of times that they can build a Matrix of 3 x 5. But if you leave the Cycles set at 1 (Default), any new Spillover affiliates will go down further into the Downline of one of your Sub Affiliates, until an open slot is found in the Matrix.

    so if i set Cycle to 2, and Parrent Affiliate filled their 3 x 5 matrix, and this means Parent Affiliate will now have a total of 6 branches (default is 3, since it’s a 3 x 5 matrix) in his own Level 1 network? is that correct?

  • Christian Freeman
    Participant
    @christianf
    #10399

    Regarding your diagram on page 3, yes, this is exactly how it works. Given that you’ve filled your 1st Level, if your 1st Sub Affiliate on Level 1 (A) has no Sub Affiliates yet, and you refer a new Sub Affiliate (D), that new affiliate will be assigned to A in the 1st available position. And any affiliates that they refer themselves will go into the next available position (A1).

    Yes, that’s right. If you set Cycles to 2 with a 3 Wide x 5 Deep Forced Matrix, yes, the affiliate will be able to start another Matrix of 3 x 5. So, they will have a total of 6 Branches on Level 1.

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