Desktop, offline and online

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Julian Plana

29 Dec, 2016 10:48 AM

I am friend of Adam Sicinski and, following his suggestion, I am willing to buy your program (in fact, I downloaded it already). My option is the $60 Desktop, one payment and, I suppose, ilimited offline use for ever. But the 'bonus' of 6 months online, what is it for? What does it add to the use of your program that I could miss after these 6 months?
Please advise. Thank you in advance.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 29 Dec, 2016 12:39 PM

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    Hello JP

    Yes: the Goalscape Desktop lifetime license ($60.00) allows you to install and activate the standalone desktop software on 1 machine at a time for ever (when you upgrade your equipment you can transfer it to the new machine) – and it covers full support and free upgrades.

    The 'Web Bonus' included with the Goalscape Desktop license is a free 6-month Unlimited subscription to the separate yet compatible web application Goalscape Online. This means you can sign in to Goalscape Online and create (or upload) an unlimited number of online projects of unlimited size and share them with others. As an Unlimited user you can even give Free users Edit access to large shared projects (1 per Free user). There are more details in the attached pdf.

    Should you choose not to renew your Unlimited subscription when the Web Bonus expires, your Goalscape Online account will revert to Free user. At that point your online projects will be View only – for you and for anyone with whom you have shared them. You will still be able to create (or upload) 1 project (30 goals maximum) and share it with others; and any Unlimited user will be able to give you Edit access to one shared project.

    All the best


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