Eventene plans come in four tiers. There is the Free Plan which allows you to fully build Events and make use of Eventene’s core features. However, the Free Plan comes with a few restrictions to the number of items, Lists, Events, and Event Parts you can build. The Free Plan is aimed at smaller groups (under 50 people), or for organizers who simply want to try out Eventene before purchasing a paid plan.
The Basic Plan removes most of these restrictions. It allows you to build unlimited Events, Lists, Event Parts, and have up to 250 items in any List. This plan is aimed at organizers for smaller groups that don’t need multiple organizers or a large number of List items.
The Pro Plan is a step up from the Basic Plan. It’s aimed at users who need to be able to create Events for medium-to-large sized groups (up to 1000 per List), using a number of different data points. It also allows for two team members to work simultaneously on events, allowing organizers to further optimize the planning process.
However, the Free, Basic, and Pro Plans only allow for collaboration among a few users. The Pro Team Plan allows a team of users to collaborate seamlessly within a single account. This can be a profoundly powerful tool since organizers can easily delegate, coordinate, and manage Events together, rather than relying on email or other tools to stay up-to-date. The Pro Team plan also raises the limit of items per List to 5000, enabling organizers to plan for much larger events.
How to Switch Plans
You can switch Plans at any time. From the “My Account” screen, click on the “Account Summary” tab to see an overview of all your account information including your plan selection. Next click on the “Change Plan” button to select a new tier. If you choose to downgrade to another paid plan, you will immediately move to the lower tier. Your account will be credited for the difference in plans and applied towards your next invoice on the billing date.
Please also note that only the owner or admin of the account may change the plan selection. You don’t want some intern bumping you down a tier after all!