Last week, Tiggr left beta and became an official release. As part of this release there is now a scheme of different plans for how you can use Tiggr. Although the terms are covered in the Tiggr application and Web site, I thought I’d go over the plans as a blog entry.
The thing to keep in mind is that Tiggr is structured as accounts tied to single primary users. The account has one workspace owned by the primary user that contains projects that each contain screens (or pages). The workspace owner and additional users up to a set limit have access to the workspace.
With the user management feature, the workspace owner can specify access rights on a user-by-user and project-by-project basis. With this feature, the account owner can add other users up to the limit for their plan or delete other users – freeing up a slot. (Remember, deleting a user only removes their access to your workspace. It doesn’t affect an account owned by the user or the user’s access to other workspaces.)
|Plan||Cost||Number of Projects||Screens per Project||Users||Data Storage|
|Free||$0||1||5||2||1 Gb total|
|Professional||$15/user/month||No limit||No limit||Number purchased||2 Gb/user|
|Education||$0||No limit||No limit||No limit||2 Gb/user|
|Enterprise||Custom||No limit||No limit||Custom||No limit|
|Temporary Professional for Previous Beta Users||$0||No limit||No limit||Number of invitees from beta account plus 1||2 Gb/user|
|Education||Requires all users to be affiliated with an educational institution and use valid e-mails ending in .edu.|
|Enterprise||May include extra features like custom Web storage, white-labeling, and SSO.|
|Temporary Professional for Previous Beta Users||No cost for 3 months until September 15th. Downgrades to free plan unless account owner converts to professional.|
Updated June 22, 2011