PriceWell changelog
PriceWell changelog

Custom CSS 🎨





Are you a CSS Wizard who wants to completely customize your Pricing Page? You can now add custom CSS ✨


Simply click "Show Custom CSS" in the Design Settings and an editor will be displayed. We pre-filled the class names of all our components (you can use your browser dev-tools to locate more elements).

Adjustable Quantity and Free Trials πŸ€‘





You can now allow customers to adjust the quantity of a product at checkout and optionally add a free trial upon signup.

Simply select the relevant options under "Advanced Settings" for your Pricing Page when configuring the payment flow.

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This feature enables some great use-cases like offering an Amazon-style free trial (where payment is automatic after X days). Or you can offer a no-card free trial by letting users sign up and only choose a plan after their free trial has ended.

Adjustable Quantity lets you charge per item rather than a fixed subscription fee. Maybe you want to charge per user or per API key, the options are endless.

Detect your users pricing plan πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™€οΈ





Embedding your pricing inside your application just got a whole lot easier. Provide your customer's email or stripe id (using data-email or data-stripe-id) and we'll automatically detect if they are on one of your plans and show that state to them.

Oh, and it works with our secure mode too πŸ”’

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Coming Soon: Upgrading directly from the pricing page!

Feature Flags πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ





Startup Plan members can now take advantage of our Feature Flags feature (try saying that five times in a row fast).

Using a simple JavaScript snippet, you can detect which plan your customer is on and what features are enabled for that plan.

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Change Features and Pricing Instantly

Update your pricing to reflect new features and your application will be automatically updated as long as you use our snippet.

Hidden Features

If you don't want to couple your Pricing Page and feature flags, no problem. Just mark the features as "hidden" inside the Pricing Page wizard. Now your features and pricing are still in one place but you aren't forced to display all features to prospective customers.

Hidden features πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™€οΈ





Now you can hide/show features on your Pricing Page at the click of a button. This is useful if you want to document what features each plan has but not necessarily display them on your pricing page.

It's also going to be very useful when we launch Feature Flags very soon… πŸ‘€


Collect Billing Address / Expiring Subscriptions πŸ’Έ





There's a couple of new payment flow updates in Pricing Pages with plenty more to come

Collect Billing / Shipping Addresses

Do you need to collect the billing address of your customer for tax reasons? Or maybe you need to collect shipping address because you are shipping a physical product?

You can now collect the billing and/or shipping address of your customers through the Pricing Page. These can be enabled in the "Payment Flow" section of your Pricing Page (yes, you can enable it for existing pages too πŸ˜€)


Expiring Subscriptions

Are you allowing customers to split the cost of your product over 12 months? Or maybe you want to sell subscriptions that only last 6 months?

You can now set a subscription to expire after a certain number of periods (the time between subscription payments, usually a month).

Again, this can be configured under "Payment Flow" for your Pricing Page and it can be enabled for existing Pages (only applies to new subscriptions created after it is enabled).

Subscription Management βš™οΈ





Let your customers manage their own subscriptions! Using our new Subscription Manager feature, your customers can:

  • See what plan they are on
  • Upgrade/downgrade their plan
  • Update their payment information
  • Cancel their subscription

All of these features are completely configurable. Don't want your customers to downgrade? No problem, just turn that feature off in your Subscription Manager.


Setting up the Subscription Manager

Creating a new subscription manager couldn't be simpler. Just head over to your PriceWell dashboard and click on New -> Subscription Manager.


From there, select which Pricing Page you want your Subscription Manager to link to.


Once that's done, select which features you want to enable and adjust the design to match your brand.


Then copy the code snippet into the relevant place in your website and your Subscription Manager is live πŸŽ‰ (Note: You need to tell PriceWell the email address of your customer so we can work out which plan they are on).

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Now that we've saved you literally weeks of work, grab a nice cup of coffee β˜•οΈ, sit back and watch that MRR chart tick up πŸ“ˆ

Plan Icons πŸŒ…





If you have uploaded a product image to your Stripe products, they will now be automatically displayed on your pricing page πŸ™Œ

To take advantage of this feature, head over to your Stripe Dashboard and upload images for to your products

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Once uploaded, they will automatically displayed in your pricing table:

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Lightspeed Mode ⚑️





You can now load your pricing page 10x faster! Just copy the Lightspeed ⚑️ snippet from the "pages" tab instead of the regular snippet. This loads the full pricing page into your website so you don't have to wait for PriceWell to generate the pricing every page load.

Warning: Using Lightspeed Mode means you will no longer be able to update your pricing instantly. You'll have to copy a new snippet each time your pricing changes.


Switch between test and live mode πŸ”΄





You can now switch your pricing pages between test and live mode πŸŽ‰. This lets you test your checkout flow using your test Stripe products and switch it live when you are ready to start charging for your product.


When you switch to live mode, your test Stripe products will be automatically copied to the live environment (if they don't exist there anymore) to avoid you painful extra work.