What is the website version of Pretty Simple?
The website version will allow you to log into any browser, on your desktop or laptop, and do everything you can do in the app. It will also have more advanced features. We are personally excited about this since we don’t need a third party developer, we can make changes faster.
What do you need to do as a Beta Tester?
Beta Testing will run from November 26th to December 9th. We would love for you to continue to use your phone app and also use the website version.
We would love for you to tell us:
What you get as a Beta Tester:
What to expect with the website version:
As with any beta program, you’ll have early access to features that are still under development so the website version will be less stable than the version that will be available to all users in the future. We will reach out to ask how it is going, and you will also have email access, a form to fill out with requests or bug reports as well as joining our Zoom calls to tell us about your experience.
Once you’ve signed up you will receive instructions on November 26th on how to log into the website version. You will also receive regular updates about the bugs that have been fixed and the features that have requested and implemented.
What to do:
Fill out the form to be a Beta Tester and then we’ll send instructions on getting logged in!
When is this again?
Testing: Starts November 26th – December 9th.
AMA Zoom Calls:
- Launch: Thursday, November 27th at 11am CT
- Celebrate: Thursday, December 7th at 2pm CT
We can’t wait to get started!
Beta Program Terms and Conditions
You may be given access to an unreleased version of Pretty Simple’s software (a “Beta Version’) for the purpose of evaluating potential enhancements, improvements or updates. Unless you have received our express written permission in each instance, you may not publish or otherwise publicly disclose information related to the Beta Version. You may not copy, modify, disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer, or otherwise attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Beta Version or any portion thereof. Beta Versions are experimental in nature, and all Beta Versions are provided on an “as is’ basis without warranties of any kind (express or implied) and may be discontinued or modified at any time. Beta Versions are for evaluation and testing purposes, not for production use, not supported, not subject to availability or security obligations, and may be subject to additional terms. Pretty Simple shall have no liability for any harm or damage arising out of or in connection with Beta Versions. Pretty Simple is under no obligation to publicly release a Beta Version and access to a Beta Version may be withdrawn at any time at Pretty Simple’s sole discretion.