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From sending instructions to your VA/teammate to emails; blog posts to help articles, you write a lot every single day.

There must be an easier way to publish your content, and help you save tons of time every day.

It’s time to wave goodbye to your procrastination, and write your next piece of content on the go and publish it in less than a minute.

Say Hi to Brick

Brick is a very light-weight CMS that helps you write & publish Blogs, Product Documentation & Help Pages collaboratively with your team.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Collaborate, Write & Publish the content with your Team
  • Alternative to: Notion
  • Manage Unlimited Projects & Domains from a single account
  • Best Suited for: Bloggers, Content Writers, Project Managers

Imagine writing the content in a Google doc, and once you hit publish it’s Live on the web. That’s what Brick does!

To start with, create a new workspace and pick one of the three default themes for your content/blog posts.

Looking for more customization? You can play with the CSS editor & make all the changes you want to.

(Remember, the Brick team is only a click away to help you with this!)

It can be as minimal, professional or more colorful as you want.

You can then invite your team to collaborate with you by sending them the special link to join you. Make sure they’ve also signed up to Brick (the Free tier is good to go)

The WYSIWYG editor allows you to add text, media, tables, custom JS/CSS/HTML (snippets) and social embeds.

The advanced editor gives you full control over the content without worrying about Markdown or Static Site builders.

You can add more pages to your brick website by clicking the "Add Page Inside" option. This comes in handy when you want to build a complete (yet minimalistic) website with Brick, and not just limited to the blog.

Your Brick site can either be hosted as a sub-domain, or you can use your own domain to publish your website.

You can also change the domain name at any time and any links with the page id will work.

Here comes the best part. You can move any of the pages from one website/workspace to another with just 2 clicks.

When you are using Brick for technical documentation, and you only want to share a few pages with your peers/clients, you can just send them the direct link to those pages.

They could only access the specific pages & not the whole documentation (Goodbye to Google docs)

Unlike messy Google Docs. in a giant area, Brick's Workspace allows you to segment pages by tags and filters.

From colours to fonts, private links to public domains, you can customize Brick to match your brand needs easily.

Normally you would be paying $180 per year to avail its premium plan for just 2 custom domains.

Today, you can get the same plan with 5 custom domains and 2 users for just $19 one-time.

And you can stack up to 7 codes and get unlimited Custom domains with 100 Users for a lifetime.

Start publishing...

Deal Highlights

  • Collaborative Workspaces
  • Unlimited Pages
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Use own domain (or) our sub-domain
  • No Brick branding
  • Weekly Backups
  • Priority Support
  • Unlimited Embeds
  • Stack up to 7 codes per account
  • Future updates & integrations are included (Public Roadmap)
  • 30 days refund policy

1 code

$29.00

  • 2 Workspaces
  • 2 Users
  • 5 Sub-domains
  • 5 Custom Domains

2 codes

$58.00

  • 3 Workspaces
  • 5 Users
  • 10 Sub-domains
  • 10 Custom Domains

$87.00

  • 5 Workspaces
  • 10 Users
  • 20 Sub-domains
  • 20 Custom Domains

P.S We had a very interesting webinar on “Nuances of Micro-site Publishing”. Here's your link to Watch the Webinar Replay




Reviews and Questions

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Ranganaut five-review

2 days ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Cat's whiskers

Brick is simply awesome. Good enough that I seven stacked the first time around and added three more a little later - not only because I want to collaborate with 100 more users, but also to support the developer(s).

I have been writing a daily brick ever since I bought it and I am looking forward to creating a wall/room/house/neighborhood/city over the coming years.

Here are two features that will make Brick even better for me:

1. More native embedding options plus support for LaTeX for math.

2. The capacity to nest bricks inside each other - both Notion and Craft have that feature and it greatly improves their UX for me.


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Kamil five-review

2 weeks ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Simple but yet powerful

Have to say I was surprised by this tool. Pages open very fast, much faster than in nimbus. I bought 20 codes of nimbus and still love the tool, but have to say using brick feels a little better and I don't know why. I love the ability to edit custom CSS, which is much harder to achieve in nimbus. Also, unlimited custom domains is just a big win, especially for that price. Glad I fully stacked and looking forward to future development.


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Thomas five-review

4 weeks ago   |   verifed user Verified User

Pros

- It has fast loading speed as website

- Takes 2 secs to load when editing (it should be instant)

- Easy to use

- Unlimited domains (5-7 stack)

- Ui is quite nice, improvements needed (more below).

- Price was great, not sure will current sales of $8k * 0.5 = $4k be enough for developing it further thought.

- Developer seems to be nice and answers questions politely.

It's good foundation to build upon, there's no bells & whistled and you need to be creative with the "restrictions"

- Works with (embed) : Cartfuel, Questionscout, Hockeystack, haven't had time to test others embedable yet.

Conserns / red flags

Money

- Indiehackers posts; you don't need the LTD money, yet you are looking for investors, that's contraversial. LTD's are mostly bad for business, in the article it seems that might not take the business side of SaaS/ LTD's seriously.

Time

- Speed of development, are you developing Bricks on free time, I understood that you have fulltime job from the webinar. So you can work with Brick only 1-3h daily?

What could Brick become

- Here's great two examples what Brick could do, maybe after 1-3 years?

1. Super.so turns Notion pages to websites ($12/m) https://super.so/showcase

Best showcases:

L-page: https://tauss.me

Docs: https://docs.spline.design

Blog: https://evchapman.com

Store: https://supply.super.site/

2. UpNote ($15 LTD) is a EXCELLENT note taking cross-platform app with great UIX options + offline editing (no collab tho) https://getupnote.com

Feature requests / cons

1. Please build Brick landing pages wholely with Brick (and embeds), since it's the best place to showcase flexibility of the tool

2. Could you add clear copy to SM deal page about the difference between users (2-100) and colloborators (always unlimited) and add unlimited colloborators in the feature boxes of each plan/stack

3. Offline mode

4. Nested paged (Notion)

5. Tags

6. Mentions

7. Markdowns

8. Hero image

9. Customizable OG image (SEO)

10. Table of Contents

11. Toggle List

12. Todo list - checked items gets moved under "tasks completed" toggle list (TickTick / Clickup)

13. Columns 2 / 3 / 4 (responsivness, see Oxygen builder on youtube)

14.Drag & drop (Notion / Nimbus)

15. Gallery / Slider

15. Quotes

16. Callouts & Modals: Freezed extra banner / sticky bar, for example, "Purchase $24" or "Check the latest webinar here". 17. Modal / popup for exit intent, % page scrolled etc.

18. Boards

19. Cards - see (super.so): https://careers.butter.us/

19. Buttons

20. Sections

21. Section background colors

22. Animations: fade in/out etc

23. Footer - ability to build columned footer

24. Custom fonts

25. Alt-text for images (SEO)

26. Accessibility (site should be Keyboard-Friendly etc)

27. Template themes (hire professional, so no plug&paid checkout UIX shite) Awesome examples: https://super.so/market

28. User accounts for users to change their account details

29. Too much white space between EVERYTHING (same issue as Nimbus has, and they don't understand it) lines when you "hit enter" in every aspect in UI (expect menu) - check UN

30. There's too much pixels margins - see UpNote

31. Fonts are too big. Can't change font size nor line break size - UpNote has EXCELLENT options on this one

32. Chat bubble should be moved under the menu, its blocking the view, not good UX

33. Topbar: Ability to change hamburger menu position from left to right (to serve right handed audience better, see super.so)

34. Topbar: Ability to freeze it on to: (super.so): https://nurasyrof.com/

35. Breadcrumb should be smaller font size: (super.so) https://greyson.io/c6c533ad4dda45a7a0b111be10b54247

36. CDN?

37. Ability to host a specific sites on our own VPS if needed

38. Undo / redo button missing

39. Sticky bottom toolbar insteas of the current side button, please check how UpNote has built it's editing toolbar, it's much easier to edit content than in Brick.

Brick seems promising, it's not there yet, but there's already excellent sites created with it:

https://shitlistltd.brick.do

That's hot if you ask me, great content in simple Brick CMS

There's always 30 day refund period. Hope the development will not slow down after the canpaign (the development was slow before the campaing as they said in their IH blog post)


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Hey!

Oh boy, that's a long one. I'm going to answer everything but ping me if I forget something.

This will be split into several parts.

Part 1:

"Price was great, not sure will current sales [...] will be enough" — we got quite a bit more than that 😛 But our survival does not depend on LTD money. I'm going to keep self-funding it for the foreseeable future regardless. The boost of energy we got from the LTD is absolutely, ridiculously more helpful than simply having N more months of runway.

"LTD's are mostly bad for business" — I'm not sure about that. Maybe for some businesses, at some stages. For us it's been a hugely positive thing. LTDs are not a sustainable business foundation, but we aren't planning to make LTDs our foundation — when this is over, we'll be looking for customers through normal boring means, we'll be looking for investors, we'll be working on covering more usecases/niches, etc.

"are you developing Bricks on free time" — nope. My technical co-founder is working on Brick full-time. I don't have a day job in the normal sense — right now I dedicate as much time to Brick as I do to my other projects.


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 2:

"Takes 2 secs to load when editing (it should be instant)" — we plan to make the editor faster. It still won't be instant (for now), but faster. I agree 2–3 seconds is annoying.

"Please build Brick landing pages wholely with Brick (and embeds), since it's the best place to showcase flexibility of the tool" — we're moving towards that. Dogfooding is great.

"Clear copy" — passed that to SaaS Mantra.

"Offline mode" — I'll be honest, this is likely won't coming for a while. Offline apps are wonderful, it's just that making Brick offline-ready will be an immense undertaking. Several months of fulltime work. For now we're happy with the tradeoff that "if you need to work offline a lot, Brick might not be for you". We'd rather focus on other features for now, like built-in newsletters.

"Nested pages" — can you clarify that? Is it just that when you create a subpage, it also gets linked in the page body? Or something else?

"Tags" — our philosophy is that we implement general-purpose features first, and only then see if there are particularly painful usecases that we could improve. So fulltext search is likely coming before tags, since fulltext search can be used to mimic tags.

"Mentions" — I think this is the first or second time somebody requests mentions. Can you talk more about what's your usecase here?

"Markdown" — we already support Markdown shortcuts (# for headers, asterisks for emphasis, etc). Can you clarify?

"Quotes" — we already have blockquotes, "> " or the blockquote button in the leftside toolbar. Or are you talking about something else?


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 3:

"Ability to host a specific sites on our own VPS if needed" — can you clarify that as well?

There are several different things we could be talking about here —

a) You will be able to export a site into static HTML. In fact you already get static HTML in the weekly backup, it's just missing navigation for now. Backend-dependent features like fulltext search would be missing as well, though, but we don't have visitor-facing fulltext search yet anyway.

b) We also plan to add a public API to Brick and then you can use it as a headless CMS with your own frontend being hosted anywhere.

c) If you're talking about on-premises hosting — this is not planned for now. Maybe years down the road.


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 4:

Brick doesn't try to be a general-purpose landing page builder. It tries to hit a different point in the design space. "People who would gladly make projects for their sites in Notion, if only Notion was actually built for that purpose" — something along those lines.

Now regarding specific features:

"Columns" — this is one of the biggest things we're missing right now in terms of page layout. Also a very general-purpose feature — which is great from my POV. Can't give you an estimate though.

"Sections" — this is like a brother of columns. Also very powerful. Probably coming before columns just because it's easier to implement.

"Hero image, cards, footers, gallery, callouts, modals, % page scrolled, buttons, animations" — we'll build something that lets you get all those things with a certain amount of pain, then we'll look at which usecases are the most common/most painful. Or perhaps a user-contributed component gallery could work out here. I need to think more about this.

"Customizable OG image" — already can do via the "Manage head tags" feature. We'll be adding customization wizards for common things like page title/description, keywords, Google Analytics, SEO cards, but for now we'll wait and see which ones people need the most.


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 5:

Another thing Brick doesn't try to be is a project management tool. So we are unlikely to have built-in kanban boards. We are unlikely to have todo lists with "tasks completed". We might get mentions but they aren't a priority. Same goes for other Notion features like reminders.

Table of contents, toggles/spoilers, drag and drop, topbar customization — all of that would be good to have, sure.

Custom fonts — possible with custom CSS (see https://help.brick.do/how-to-change-the-page-font-Wy8gvQbKxEvg), would be great if there was a dedicated option for that, we'll get it at some point.

Alt-text for images — we already have it, see the eye button in the image toolbar.

Accessibility — this is one of the things that are probably not happening until Brick has recurring revenue. We're happy to fix specific accessibility issues when they are pointed out, but hiring a dedicated accessibility specialist would be much much better.

Template themes — agreed the Super example is cool. Unlikely to happen before features like sections/columns are in place, though.

Undo / redo button — can you suggest a good place for it? (It's a bit of a blind spot for me because I always use shortcuts for undo/redo.)

Sticky bottom toolbar for editing — thanks, will look at UpNote.


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 6:

User account management — obviously a missing feature, yeah.

For now our philosophy is "ask people to request account changes/etc through the support chat; focus on implementing features that let people do things that are impossible otherwise" (custom styles, head tags, page sections, etc). I think this is necessary for this stage in Brick's life. Once Brick gets more powerful, we'll start working on the UX papercuts.

The same goes for design papercuts (margins, chat bubble, breadcrumbs, sticky bottom toolbar) — all those things could be better. For now we're purposefully focusing on "make it usable enough, work on general-purpose features instead".

To be very explicit about this — it's not a Permanent Brick Philosophy. It's just a rule we're following for now (and not even too strictly — occasionally we do bits of redesign here and there when a certain papercut is particularly painful).


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas: Part 7:

CDN — we already have a CDN for images. Ideally we should have a CDN for other things as well, but for now the biggest speed gains will probably come from other things (1. better caching, 2. reducing redirects, 3. probably smth else). There's a bunch of lower-hanging fruit to pick before we need to think about a CDN.

Okay, I think that's all. Thanks for a ton of questions! Having question-prompts is always useful.


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Thomas

4 weeks ago   Verified User verifed user

@Artyom: Artyom, Thank for spending time on answering this list, it was too long and there was some greedy things as well, I'm glad you blocked the non-essential requests on the list.

Offline

Agreed, we can use apps like UpNote for this.

Mentions

Basically, the one who was mentioned would get botification inside Brick, maybe an email notif as well.

Markdowns

for bold, italic etc it's missing

Quotes

ah yes they exist, my bad!

VPS

Cot it, will check the API when available

I'll go through the help section, sorry didn't bother to check it completelty out first, before the pile of "questions".

Undo/redo

UpNote has a good placing in the oolbar for them.

I really like your answers and philosophy behind them, especially politely saying "no" is a def huge green flag. The Brick's core works well at the moment, so this list was primaly nitpicking on UIX stuff. Excellent product & support so far.

GLWS!

PS. The function to freeze the topbar is there when we edit a page, but as soon as we viee it in new tab, suddenly the topbar unfreezes. Any posibility to have ability to choose from "freeze / unfreeze" the topbar?


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Thomas:

Bold appears when you surround text by double asterisks or underscores, italic — single asterisks or underscores. I just tried and it's working for me. If it doesn't work for you then it's a bug and I'd need to know what browser you're using (a video demonstration would be even better).

Freezing the topbar — yeah, makes sense. I just tried to do that with CSS, but it's not particularly easy. I'll add a feature request for that.


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Joshua

3 weeks ago   Verified Buyer verifed user

@Artyom: You wrote: "are you developing Bricks on free time" — nope. My technical co-founder is working on Brick full-time. I don't have a day job in the normal sense — right now I dedicate as much time to Brick as I do to my other projects.

It would instill more confidence in your supporters (myself included) if you were a bit more responsive in your Slack chat. I understand we're all human and have our own lives, but for a 'new' LTD product such as this, word spreads fast.

I'm a part of a bunch of groups that discuss LTDs daily and I can definitely tell you one of the most off-putting flaws a SaaS can have is slow or unresponsive support. Some people in these groups have already mentioned Brick in a positive light and see its potential, but I can sense the apprehension of newcomers wanting to support Brick if they don't see semi-regular progress updates or responses to feedback.

I really believe Brick does have the potential to be one of the most useful tools and after watching your webinar, I feel you believe it too. Please try to carve out time to shake hands with the people and I'm confident you will earn more supporters.


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MBO five-review

1 month ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Brilliant Tool - Airstory alternative

I used to use Airstory which was free. I was looking for an alternative and I found this brilliant tool! The deal is brilliant and the tool works as it should. Very light weight and fast! I can see it becoming the next Airstory but with more features! I am loving it!

I wish they continue to develop Brick!


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Lee five-review

1 month ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Lightweight, beautiful and has a lot of promise.

What a fantastic tool! Does what it says on the tin! Easy to use, nice interface, and easy collaboration tools.

Has a lot of promise and really happy to be onboard early.


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Trisk

16 hours ago

I have purchased one code but I am thinking of more.

If I add analytics or other codes that load cookies, a consent banner is needed to comply with the GDRP. is it possible to do this now?

On the other hand it is necessary to protect content to team members. Right now using a reverse ip search I could discover the sites created (own domain) and see the content that should be private to my company.

In addition to this would it be possible at some point to use different ip for the sites created, could it be contemplated in the roadmap or is this not feasible ?

Thanks


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Hermes

3 days ago

Hi Team,

I am a bit confused right now.

So now the maximum is stack 10 Codes then get 200 users with Unlimited of other features, right?

Please kindly advise.

Cheers!


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Faizul Hisham

4 days ago

What is No Brick branding

How to set No Brick branding

I buy tier 1 to test..


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Matthew

1 week ago

The product looks very interesting. Can you please provide a link to some live or demo websites that made use of Brick? I am curious to see the potential of Brick for creating websites. Thanks


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Artyom

1 week ago  Founder

@Matthew: we don't have a collection of case studies yet — but you can ask in the FB group, and depending on what kind of sites you are interested in, people might provide their own examples: https://www.facebook.com/groups/brickdo


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Matthew

1 week ago

@Artyom: Thanks for your reply. My thought behind my question is. How flexible is brick? Obviously not as wordpress. But can it be customized to look more like a real website.... for example can we choose what to display in the sidebar? Can we add Google ads? Can we add sliders? Can we display the featured images of latest posts as a masonry grid? etc.... Thanks


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Peter

1 week ago

Can Brick (page, workspace) be embedded in a Wordpress site?


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Artyom

1 week ago  Founder

@Peter: Yeah, via an iframe.


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Zeke

2 weeks ago

One more question... what is the ETA on password protecting pages and subdomains?


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Artyom

1 week ago  Founder

@Zeke: No ETA.


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Zeke

2 weeks ago

If we max stack (or even if we just end up with 100 workspaces) will there be a way to organize them, filter them, tag them, folder them or see them on the dashboard? The dropdown menu is going to get pretty cumbersome around 20-40 workspaces.

If this is in the works, what is the ETA and what approach will you be taking to manage in terms of UX/UI?

Thanks!


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Zeke: You can max stack upto 10 codes for Unlimited Workspaces btw


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Artyom

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Zeke: Hey — it's not in the works yet but there might be a filter later. You can file a feature request at https://roadmap.brick.do


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Kumar

2 weeks ago

Can we copy notion templates?


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Artyom

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Kumar: Hey — not at the moment, Notion templates use many features that we don't have (like columns)


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Chris

3 weeks ago

I keep seeing this can be used as a blog. Then says meta tags and keywords which are basically the same thing and not really needed.

What about title , meta description, H1 -H6.

What’s purpose of a blog if it can’t be found.


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Artyom

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Chris: You can change meta tags & page titles with the "Manage page head" feature. H1-H6 are all supported.


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Bogdan

3 weeks ago

Hi, after trying your platform I have the following questions, to make sure :)

1. Are your "Coming Soon" features going to be included in our purchases here?

2. Can I swap/delete/free-up workspaces at will? I assume same goes for users..correct?

3. How much will it cost to add workspaces and/or users later down the road for us? Will you provide a special discount to the early adopters?

Thank you.


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Artyom

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Bogdan: The "Coming soon" section is somewhat outdated. But when we do have those features, they'll be included into the SaaS Mantra plans, sure. We are not going to feature-freeze these plans.

You can delete and free-up workspaces and users, yeah. Deleted users/workspaces don't count towards your limit.

We don't know what are pricing plans will be down the road, but they'll be significantly more expensive than the SaaS Mantra plans (the whole point of SaaS Mantra is to provide large discounts!). We're always happy to do special discounts, SaaS Mantra or not, on a case-by-case basis — but I am almost sure that it's still going to be more expensive than buying an LTD plan now.


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Ben

4 weeks ago

I have reached out to support everywhere. The website, email, Slack, Facebook for a week now but I still haven't gotten a response yet. So I decided to leave a comment here, maybe you guys can see it. Anyway, I bought a full stack and I haven't received an email to activate my account. Can you please look into that. Thanks!


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Wanderer

4 weeks ago

@Ben: They're super busy and trying to catch-up. Give them a little longer and you'll surely get a message back.

To activate on saasmanta: Just go to your profile > orders > view details > redeem > enter your name and email > lets activate.


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Artyom

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Ben: Hey — I think I resolved your case in the support chat, but maybe it was some other Ben. Have you managed to activate the account?


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Liliana Kurniawati

4 weeks ago

I just bought Brick and so far I like it.

I want to ask some couple question:

1. I add collaborator in workspaces through invitation link. But, why my collaborator can not add custom domain by their own?

2. Do my team (collaborator) need to sign up free account first then click my invitation? Or they can directly sign up to my link?

3. Why their account remain free account eventhough I add them as collaborator?

Thanks


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Liliana Kurniawati:

1. "why my collaborator can not add custom domain by their own?" — this is a bug, we're fixing it.

2. "Do my team (collaborator) need to sign up free account first then click my invitation?" — yeah.

3. "Why their account remain free account eventhough I add them as collaborator?" — this is also a bug. They have all the features of a paid account, it's just that the 'free account' banner is still visible. We'll fix that as well.


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Artyom

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Liliana Kurniawati: If you've invited the collaborator to the workspace (and not to the individual page), they should be able to add the custom domain. We fixed it recently, but please ping me if there's still a problem.

Other collaborators need to sign up for an account first, yeah.

"Why their account remain free account even though I add them as collaborator?" — it's a bug. They actually have access to all the paid features when they are in a paid workspace, it's just that the "free account" label is still visible. We'll fix it.


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Liliana Kurniawati

3 weeks ago

@Artyom: I found that my collaborator cant access weekly back up feature. Is it a bug too? Thanks


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Artyom

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Liliana Kurniawati: Yeah. I can enable weekly backups for them manually, but they won't be getting backups of workspaces that belong to you


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Mohamad Faiz

1 month ago

I have bought 1 code then bought another 6codes. How do I add the 6 codes into the 1st account with 1 code. Did try to send msg in the inapp-chatbox but no response since yesterday.


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Ian Hii

4 weeks ago

Use the same redemption link with the same registered name and email


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Mohamad Faiz: We have a ton of support requests right now — sorry for late responses! One thing we're working on is help search so that common questions can be resolved faster.


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Mathew

1 month ago

Excellent Tool - Happy to stack 7 for unlimited workspaces if that becomes available.

Can that be done?


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Artyom

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Mathew: We have a ten-codes plan now that provides unlimited workspaces. (If you buy and activate three more codes, they should get applied to your account automatically.)


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Wanderer

1 month ago

Just bought 5 codes. Simple and full of potential.

Major concern that I would hope is addressed BEFORE my refund period is over is Unlimited custom domains BUT just 10 workspaces.

I know and perfectly understand that workspaces ≠ domains . So we can have multiple domains under each workspace. But man....

Looking at that strictly from a decluttering/OCD-organizing point. Sticking multiple sites under same workspaces makes me stressed to the point of not wanting to using the product.

I don't have a bunch of staff to segment, clients to control access for, cats to block from certain workspaces or whatnot. But not being able to organize stuff in a proper, organized way is a deal breaker for me.


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Artyom

4 weeks ago  Founder

@Wanderer: What if we added an option to do sidebar sections / folders? Or would you still prefer to use the workspaces dropdown in that case?


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Wanderer

4 weeks ago

@Artyom: I think workspaces would probably work best. Whatever you can do to make things easier to organize would be much appreciated.


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3 weeks ago  Founder

@Wanderer: We have a ten-codes plan now that provides unlimited workspaces.


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