When you start using Sortd for the first time, you will notice a ⭐ symbol at the bottom of the screen - this indicates that you currently have free access to Sortd's premium features for a limited time. You will know that a feature is premium if you see a ⭐ symbol next to it.
Your Premium trial will last for 14 days, after which you can either choose one of the Premium plans (Pro / Team), or continue on the Basic free plan (in which case you will lose access to the premium features). If you choose to go with one of the Premium plans you also have the option off including the Sales power pack.
Here's a summary of the plans (note: Sales below includes the Team plan - when you upgrade in Sortd it's shown as the Team plan + Sales powerpack).
If you choose one of the Premium plans you will be prompted for credit card details (if you have any trouble with payment please log a support ticket to let us know).
What will I lose if I choose the Free plan?
Premium features include a number of things that the Free plan does not. These include:
- The ability to customize list names
- Unlimited additional lists
- Unlimited number of tasks/emails per list
- The ability to choose a custom date on Snoozes and Reminders
Any custom list names will revert back to the default list names, and although you will still be able to view any custom lists that you've created, you will not be able to add to them. You will, however, be able to delete and move items to any of the default lists.
If you've created any additional boards you will no longer have access to those unless you upgrade to either a Pro or Team plan.
How do I know if the Pro or Team plan is right for me?
Both the Pro and Team plans will remove all the limits from your personal board and give you the ability to choose custom dates, so in that regard they are exactly the same.
The Pro plan is designed for individual users who need additional private boards. The Team plan is primarily designed for teams who need the ability to share boards and collaborate (but it's also right for individuals who need to be able to use more than 3 boards).