What will happen if my subscriber count goes beyond 2000 when I'm on the free plan?
Once you reach a subscriber number of 2000, you won't be able to send notifications to any extra subscriber. The opt-in, though, would still be active on your website and you will keep collecting more subscribers. You can choose any of the paid plans then and start sending notifications again.
What if I decide to move to a different vendor in the future? Will I be able to take my subscribers with me?
We’ll be sad to see you go, but of course you can take your subscribers with you, should you choose to leave. PushCrew does not believe in any sort of lock-in, and we will make sure your transition is smooth. This is only available for the paid plans, though.
What browsers does PushCrew support?
PushCrew integrates easily with major browsers such as:
Google Chrome (version 42+) on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android
Firefox (version 44+ for desktop 48+ for mobile) on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android
Opera (version 42+ for desktop and 37+ for mobile) on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android.
What happens when I cross the quota of the subscribers of the business plan?
Once you reach the cap of the subscriber counts for your plan, you won't be able to send notifications to any extra subscriber. The subscriber will still keep getting adding to your list nevertheless, and once you upgrade to a higher plan, you'll be able to send them notifications as well.
Can PushCrew be implemented on non-secure, http websites?
PushCrew can be implemented on both http and https websites. You can read our Knowledge Base
to see how you can implement them on both.
What is the actual subscriber limit when I have multiple websites?
Subscribers are counted overall for all the existing websites and not separately.
I have another question, who do I ask?
What is your cancellation policy?
If you are not satisfied with our service, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. We’ll cancel your subscription immediately.