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moderated Archive PremiumS #suggestion


billsf9c
 

Just a thought...

If a list is falling back to Free from Premium... and might not like it, they may take 30 days to really discuss it, and 30 to act.

So maybe Archive their SubGroups etc, while allowing to see but no access, or perhaps as a teaser, no access but Read Only.

And SubGroups is my best example at this early pre-coffee hour. It might apply to other lost teatures.

Once these are "lost-forever," they may force themselves, in a foul mood, to live within Free. But if they can get them back within 60 or 90 days, voille. I had originally thought -30 days. But groups are ships and they turn slowly.

BillSF9c


 

On Fri, Nov 6, 2020 at 8:07 AM billsf9c via groups.io <OOWONBS=Netscape.net@groups.io> wrote:
Just a thought...

If a list is falling back to Free from Premium... and might not like it, they may take 30 days to really discuss it, and 30 to act.

So maybe Archive their SubGroups etc, while allowing to see but no access, or perhaps as a teaser, no access but Read Only.

If a group loses subgroups because of the downgrade, the subgroups are locked, not deleted. You can still see the archives, but it's all read-only.

Cheers,
Mark 


Duane
 

On Fri, Nov 6, 2020 at 10:07 AM, billsf9c wrote:
If a list is falling back to Free from Premium
All covered nicely in the Owners Manual.

Duane


 

Bill,

If a list is falling back to Free from Premium... and might not like it, they may take 30 days to really discuss it, and 30 to act.
So maybe Archive their SubGroups etc, while allowing to see but no access, or perhaps as a teaser, no access but Read Only.

You can simulate downgrading a free group by selectively (depending on when the group was created) locking features down so folks cannot send attachments, upload files, etc, something that simulates being right up the 1 GB used space.  That will give them a taste of how things will be with a 1 GB limit!

Cheers,
Christos