I can’t begin to describe my excitement as I’m writing this post.
Eyelet 2.0 has been about 6 months in the making and while the previous version wasn’t all bad, we pretty much started from scratch.
We introduced a new pricing scheme that’s more affordable and easier to understand for new users. Also, the new plans allow you to easily predict the cost of your digital adoption solution leaving little to no guessing as to how much you’ll end up paying at the end of the month.
I’m happy to announce that Stripe is going to handle all the payments moving forward. It’s ays been a solid choice for SaaS business so we decided to drop all the other processors and go with Stripe.
Segmentation, bots, and checklist have gotten a handful of upgrades making them solid options when creating your guides and walkthroughs. To get more details on how to use them, I’d suggest having a look at our documentation pages and if that’s not clear enough, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you sorted.
Quality of life improvements are going to be very obvious going into the app. We’ve spent months fixing and improving all the features of Eyelet and while we like to think that we know everything do send us any feedback you might have. It helps a lot and it drives our future development.
The chrome extension got an upgrade two. With the new Google Chrome manifest update, we’ve basically had to rewrite the entire thing. We took this time to go over the feedback we had on the extension itself and I believe we’ve managed to fix most of the bugs that we had.
We’ve also worked on our on-premise solution for enterprise customers. It’s a way to deploy Eyelet on your own machine. If this is something you might find interesting please get in touch and we can provide all the information you might need.
One last thing, you might not have noticed but the website has been updated too. I’d love to get some feedback on it as well.
That’s all as far as updates. For now.
We have a whole list of things we are working on right now and as we publish the new features we’ll keep you posted as well.
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