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TOPIC: Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development

Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 8 months ago #6622

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I'm sure that we all understand the situation, and also that most of us use this software everyday, so we'll be happy to pay a yearly subscription in order to achieve updates and improvements for Thinking rock desktop and mobile versions.

I completely support the idea.

Best regards.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 7 months ago #6630

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me too

Claire, go for it. Add the Yearly subscription plan it may be USD29 per year. I'd glad pay for it, I paid the full USD39 a few years ago, and I feel I have received a lot more than I paid.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 7 months ago #6633

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completely agree. This software made my career and i am eternally grateful.
Howard
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 1 month ago #6703

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While I don't have a problem with subscriptions, and I would gladly pay it you have to keep in mind that no all of us afford it.
I've been a member for a long time and in a period of ~10 years it was the only software I have purchased. I paid something like a week's wage for it but the ROI was incommensurable and I would gladly do it again.

Currently I have stopped using TR due to restrictions at current workplace. Unless you have administrative permissions you can't install it and this being a high security environment I can't even delete shortcuts on my desktop.
Long story short, I am investigating having TR on linux server with http output so I can access it anywhere from just a web browser.

Claire, I think you should do a survey and ask your members what they think about supporting development. I don't remember receiving any marketing emails from you guys, and I wouldn't mind seeing one in my inbox once in a decade.

Meanwhile setup some sort of direct debit, auto-payment system with various amount options for those who want, to enroll now. From what I can see now there is not even a donate option, all I can do is purchase another license which I am not sure will work being that I am using the same email address.

All in all, count me in.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 1 month ago #6706

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Hello Claire,

Seems we have a positive consensus going back to yearly subscription if we get more frequent updates.
Would it be possible to setup a plan into that direction ?
Have this been thought with the team ?

Thanks for your feedback.
Tim
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 4 years 4 weeks ago #6708

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As a user of many years happening I can see that the devloppers of TR are loosing interest in the application.
I can understand that if money incentive is not there the interest to work on it won't be there.
At the same time maybe some aspects of the software need to be freshen-up.

That said what I propose is an immediate volontary donation of the actual users to confirm our interest in having TR around for a long time.
It could be somewhere around 35$ or more if an user want to give more. I personaly think that I will give 50$ if we go along with that idea.

Then it will be time to have the TR roadmap and discuss a yearly fee.

Regards

Francois Lemelin
Quebec, Canada
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