Don't worry, your subscription price would be "grandfathered" which means you will always pay the same price until cancellation.
How to Pay
First, add Gratitudely to your team's Slack workspace.
You will be given a payment link. Example:
You can give this payment link to anyone for them to pay. The person who pays doesn't even need to be on your Slack.
The link allows anyone to pay on the behalf of your Slack workspace, so be sure to not share it publicly! The payment page looks like this:
Do note that subscription management will be tied to the payer's email address so be sure to use a valid email address.
Your Slack workspace gets...
Unlimited quota for gratitude entries.
Unlimited users per workspace.
Ongoing future updates and improvements at no extra charge.
[In development] View all workspace entries on the website.
FAQ: Why Paid?
Being a paid service helps ensure that Gratitudely gets to keep operating and keep your data intact. We don't have investors (and continue that way) - our users' money keeps Gratitudely alive.
Most importantly, this means we do not have to resort to using annoying advertising or spamming...or (gasp!) selling your data to third parties.
(2) Personal Pledge
The hypothesis here is: if you paid money, you're more likely to stick with it and reap more benefits.
Research has shown that 12 weeks of gratitude journaling gave more positive effects compared to 4 weeks. Imagine the mental benefits after 6 months, or a year?
The best way to know if a service is actually helpful is to charge for it.
This allows us to focus on improving Gratitudely for those who actually need and benefit from the service. A small but focused community will help us make the service better over time. Plus, we can give better support this way.