Saturday, August 15, 2015

Introducing paying plans

We are reaching the end of our beta period.

Many thanks to all of you who have used Interpreters’ Help, sent us feedback, and helped us to develop and improve it.

Now, to keep the project alive and to provide the features you asked for – in order to take it to the next level – we need to monetize it.

We have come up with four different plans we hope you will find fair. We have done our best to keep our prices as low as possible to ensure that people continue to use Interpreters’ Help and that we are able to continue to develop it more freely.

Our paying plans allow you to:
  • create a certain amount (quota) of “private glossaries” limited to 3000 lines each
  • upload and store files (glossary imports, assignment material, or any other files you wish to store on our cloud)
  • include your profile in our Interpreters’ Directory (starting with the Medium plan)
Without a paying subscription, your “private glossaries” become read-only, which means you cannot edit them or give permission to edit them to anyone else.

The BoothMate app is still available for free since it is read-only. You may also continue to manage assignments and clients free of charge.

Finally, you will continue to have full control over your data since you can download an Excel version of your glossaries anytime.

Users of the beta version: What if you already created many glossaries and uploaded a lot of files?

If you’ve already been using Interpreters’ Help, all of your glossaries, and any files you uploaded up until now are exempted from the quota. This means that even if you already have 200 glossaries, you can start with the Micro plan, which allows for 10 glossaries; those you created previously won’t count towards this limit. They will, however, be read-only, and you will need a subscription in order to be able to edit them.

Also, all beta users can include their profile in the Interpreters’ Directory for a full year free of charge without subscribing to a paying plan.

Free public use

You can continue to create and edit "public glossaries" completely free of charge.

Note, however, that we have added a size limit for glossaries you create for free on Interpreters’ Help: they can only have up to 500 lines.

We hope you will continue to use and support Interpreters’ Help!
By subscribing to a paying plan, you will support the development of new tools for all interpreters while also giving yourself an incentive to manage your glossaries online and improve your workflow.

Plans and pricing:

Help page on subscriptions:

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