With Pacemaker Premium just a few hours from being rolled out, we wanted to take the time to explain two important ch-ch-changes which will affect free Pacemaker accounts, and provide some insight into why we’ve gone Premium.
Free Pacemaker accounts created from February 1st onwards will be limited to 2 plans.
But don’t worry! All free Pacemaker accounts which were created prior to Feb 1 2017 will maintain the number of plans currently present in their accounts, for life. This means that if you currently have 10 plans in your account, your limit for the life of your free Pacemaker account will be 10 plans. However, in order to create a new plan, you would have to delete one of your existing plans. These plan limits will be finalized by Feb 1.
Beta Unified Calendar
By Feb 1st 2017, only Pacemaker Premium subscribers will have access to the beta Unified Calendar which gives you an at-a-glance view of all your plans in one place. We continue to welcome any feedback on the Calendar which would help us improve its usefulness and functionality.
Why have we created paid Premium accounts?
As our free resource has grown, we have started to spend more and more time listening to your needs, building new features, responding to your support requests and maintaining web servers that host the website and securely keep your data. Instead of adding advertising to the site or closing it down, we decided to start a premium subscription that will help to support the site over the coming years and enable users to still enjoy the basic Pacemaker experience for free.
We thank you for your support over the years and hope to continue to build a Pacemaker that you would be proud to use and recommend to others. If you have any questions about how these changes will affect your account, don’t hesitate to get in touch!