• I have been privileged to experience this plugin’s journey from version 1.0 when I installed it on an experimental site to now well over version 3.4. Originally it was only available as a paid version, but then they generously split off a free version that has nearly all the same capabilities aside from payment gateways! I am tired of seeing people whine about not getting everything for free. If you are charging your customers for a product or service it should be feasible for you to pay for a product that helps you facilitate that. If it’s not you should consider working that into your business model. I can clearly see why the developers chose this freemium model. It gives to the community, helps non-profits, and allows anyone to build a proof-of-concept. Then, if you need more functionality you can pay for those features.

    All my interactions with their support team have positive and resulted a fix for my issue.

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by jdolan.
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  • Plugin Author Thomas Patrick Levy

    (@thomasplevy)

    @jdolan,

    Thanks for taking the journey with us and thanks for saying this:

    If you are charging your customers for a product or service it should be feasible for you to pay for a product that helps you facilitate that

    Good luck with your courses!

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