We’ve made a Brizy Cloud update today that moved some of the publishing options from Brizy Free to Brizy PRO and I’m here to tell you all about it. These changes are a long time coming, and are part of more changes that will come in the next months for Brizy Cloud.
We initially launched Brizy Cloud and included it as part of your Brizy PRO purchase on brizy.io almost two years ago when the Cloud platform was in its infancy. We’ve developed Brizy Cloud into a full-fledged CMS in the past two years and we think it’s time for Brizy Cloud to stand on its own.
What this means is that we are working to make Brizy Cloud a stand-alone product, separate from your Brizy WordPress purchase with its separate pricing model and plans. More on this in the next months as we are putting together a new refreshed version of our website together with the remaining of the changes. (Everything will be announced ahead of time.)
Let’s go through the changes we’ve made today:
We’ve moved a couple of publishing options in Brizy Cloud from Free to PRO as follows:
If you are a Brizy PRO license owner, be it a yearly paid plan (Personal or Studio) or the Lifetime deal for WordPress (where we offer access to Brizy Cloud PRO features), then nothing changes for you. Business as usual.
All the changes mentioned above apply ONLY to Brizy Cloud Free accounts.
VERY IMPORTANT: These changes will apply ONLY going forward, on published projects from this point on. Any current custom domains or server synced projects will continue to work if you are on a Brizy Cloud Free account.
If you try to connect a new domain, server sync a new project, or connect a 3rd party hosting, you’ll be asked to upgrade to PRO.
We have the Brizy Cloud White Label ready to launch. We plan to bring it on as soon as possible. I’m confident we’ll have some great news for you soon.
Stay in the loop with the work in progress on our Trello public road-map: https://trello.com/b/0buMUNOS/brizy-cloud-public-roadmap
Great things ahead.