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I honestly don’t get how the pricing structure was ever signed off.
Trello is great, but the pricing structure is confusing and the jump from free to premium, cost-wise is too huge to swallow. That doesn’t mean we don’t want to pay at all, we realise getting what we want so far for free is great and we would pay for more functionality but it’s just insane how much it would cost for our team to use it, we’re only a small team!
We use it for free for everything we need it for (a few users at work, 2 boards, lots of cards) I’d love to access the timeline view, but to do this I’d have to pay nearly $800 dollars per year for the premium account. That’s a hard pill to swallow when we can do everything apart from that, for free. Then when I add more users or a guest to more than one card, I’ll get charged again for them.
Why not just have a premium package that has “up to x amount of guests on x amount of boards and x cards” or something similar. It’s all so confusing and convoluted for something that could be streamlined into a simple package so easily.
Make premium $300 per year or similar with unlimited guests, unlimited cards and 10 boards and they’d have so many more people paying for it.
Seems insane to me. Who does the market research?
Am I missing something here?
We’ve got used to trello, but we are now having meetings about moving the whole thing to a different cheaper provider.
Is the pricing structure staying? Are other people as confused and annoyed as I am?
let me know!