What is the big difference between my plan and the newest CoSchedule plans?
Previous plans were based on a cost per calendar model. Our latest and greatest plans are focused on the number of users/social profiles with a combination of what you are using CoSchedule for. The newest plans will also add flexibility to grow as your team grows and does not force you to pay for the features you do not want. To learn more, check out this video:
Ok, that sounds pretty good, but I have more questions.
I'm currently on a paid plan that is not one of CoSchedule's newest/current plans, does that mean my plan has to change?
We have no plans to discontinue the plans that came before our newest plans. If you are currently happy with the plan you are in, feel free to stay in it. If you are curious about purchasing one of our newer plans, check out our pricing page to see which plan is best for you! http://www.coschedule.com/pricing
What additional features, if any, will be included in a new/current plan?
Calendars in the newest plans have the ability to create multiple WordPress connections and our entry-level plan now has ReQueue included.
The main change is a transition from a "per-user" model vs. "per-calendar" model.
Where can I learn more about CoSchedule's newest/current plans?
To learn more about all plans, check out https://coschedule.com/compare-per-user-plans
Where can I learn more about each plan?
Individual Plans - Essential https://coschedule.com/pricing?individual
Business Plans - Growth, Professional, and Enterprise https://coschedule.com/pricing?business
Agency Plans - Growth, Growth + Agency Pack, Professional https://coschedule.com/pricing?agency
Do you have specific use cases for which new plan I would fall under?
This depends on what you want to manage with CoSchedule.
- Essential is great for bloggers, solopreneurs, and freelance marketers.
- Growth is aimed at small businesses and startup marketing teams that want to go beyond blog posts and social - allows teams to schedule all of their marketing projects on one calendar. The agency add-on also allows for multiple calendars on the same account and the ability to invite clients to their own calendar.
- Professional is great for professional marketing teams who need to manage full-scale marketing campaigns and utilize advanced team workflows and reporting.
- Enterprise is customized for the needs of large marketing teams. Get all of CoSchedule's great functionality along with advanced team permissions, security and access logs.
Does the Essential plan offer multiple calendars?
Essential users can now add multiple WordPress sites to the same calendar. You can then create multiple calendar views using a new feature called Saved Filter Views. If you're needing a more robust multiple calendar solution for customized team permissions and workflows, we recommend you check out our higher tiers.
Are the newest plans more expensive?
While we don’t promise a price decrease for everyone, the newest plans could actually result in a price decrease for many of our most popular features. For example, when paying per calendar our cheapest plan with ReQueue (one of our most popular features) starts at $79. With our new plan, ReQueue is available as a standard option at our lowest tier which starts at $49. In addition, because you can customize your own user and social profile limits, you will only pay for what you use. Plus, options for managing multiple WordPress sites or calendars are now more easily available.
Will my discounts still work?
Any referrals you have credit for currently will continue, as long as that calendar you referred is on a paid plan.
I still have more questions.
That's perfectly fine! We want to make sure you understand fully before moving into a new CoSchedule plan. Feel free to reach out to our awesome support team with any additional questions at email@example.com.