On the last weekend we released a new version of Taist that introduces paid addons. Each paid addon has the per user per month pricing that is set by its author.
We have introduced company accounts to Taist platform. Now, when a new user registers in Taist, he becomes an admin of a fresh new company and can send invites to other members of his team to join.And addons are now enabled for the whole company.
For users, that means that ordinary users don't need and cannot manage the addons . . .
We have launched a major update to our platform and its most important is the change of how addons are published.
Before you had to copy-paste addon's code directly to a form on our website, and that quickly turned into a pain with large addons.
Now you can host addons anywhere on the Web (usually on Github or Bitbucket) . . .
In 2014, I turned Taist from a pet project to a startup:
- February: I quit my previous job to focus on Taist
- May-June: I take part in Helsinki Ventures Customer Developer Bootcamp program that gives me a new understanding of how Taist can turn into a scalable business.
- August: Helsinki Ventures invests in Taist. . . .
Small but important update: now addon users can easily give feedback to developers from addon page using Disqus.
I've restarted Taist blog - now using awesome Silvrback engine and in English (previous one was in Russian for first Russian-speaking users).
The blog is aimed at addon developers - here I will post & discuss Taist news regarding addon development, different tricks, tips and howtos.
So subscribe if you are . . .