This week has been really productive. Here is what I did:
- Added flashcards to my app so students can review vocabulary more easily. My first big feature since the launch. - Set up @GleapSDK to make it easier for students to request features and signal bugs.
For the first time in over a year, I finally have a decent amount of signups. Learning how to code and switching from course to SaaS was hard but it feels amazing to finally be able to focus on improving my app instead of worrying about running out of money. #buildinpublic#SaaS
The kind of result I love to see :). After redesigning my pricing page, the number of people choosing the annual plan went from less than 10% to 57% which is great because education SaaS tend to have pretty high churn rates. #buildinpublic
Following a similar move by @arvidkahl a few weeks ago, I felt inspired to spend the morning doing something I have wanted to do for a while: implement Purchasing power parity so my SaaS subscriptions are more affordable in countries with lower purchasing power. #buildinpublic