Introducing Pro Pricing Plan! πŸŽ‰

We are thrilled to announce that dbdocs is officially out of Beta and has gone into v1.0! :rocket:

With this release, we also introduce an official pricing plan. This means dbdocs is no longer an experiment and will be properly supported (and resourced) by our team for your production-ready workload. Expect better support and faster feature development for dbdocs going forward.

Below are some highlights of our Pro plan:

  • :white_check_mark: Working with large databases: Improve the presentation and exploration of large and complex databases by utilizing features such as table groups, table header colors, and diagram detail levels.

  • :white_check_mark: Advanced security: Keep your database documentation secure with private mode and directly invite your colleagues into your document project.

  • :arrow_right: Upcoming (in development): Collaborative workspace, project changelog, and many more.

Out of Beta

As a token of appreciation for your support during the Beta period, for dbdocs projects created before November 8th, all Pro features will still be available until Jan 31, 2024.

After January 31, 2024, these projects will automatically be reverted to the free tier if there isn’t any paid subscription associated with them. If you’d like to continue using the free version, make sure you set password protection (available in Free plan) for your projects before Feb 2024. We’ll automatically convert private projects to public projects when they get a downgrade to the free tiers.

More information about the Pro pricing plan can be found on our pricing page.

Thank you for your continued support, and we can’t wait to see how dbdocs helps you streamline your database documentation process like never before. :raised_hands:

From dbdocs team with :heart: