How to upgrade from the Space on Trial

If you are an Admin who activated the Free Trial following the creation of your Space, you must upgrade to a paid plan to continue using WeSchool after the trial period ends.

Unlike the Pro Plan, the Free Plan, available only for K12 schools and universities, does not include a trial period

What is a Space on Trial

You can start using a Space on WeSchool during the 14-day Free Trial period that automatically begins upon the creation of the Space. During the trial period, the Space includes all the features of the Pro Plan.

You can visually recognize a Space on a Free Trial by the yellow banner indicating the remaining days until the end of the trial period:

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Once the trial period ends, the Space and the Groups within it will no longer be accessible. If you are an Admin, you can regain access to the Space by upgrading to a paid plan.

You can click on Book a Demo to request a free Demo of the platform with the Team of WeSchool.

How to upgrade to a Paid Plan

Only the Admins of the Space can upgrade to a paid plan.

During the trial period, you can decide to upgrade to a paid plan at any time. To do so, click on the three dots next to the name of the Space and select Plan from the dropdown menu:

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From the Plan Settings, you can upgrade to a plan of your choice. To do so:

  • select the number of licenses you need, which refers to the number of users who can join the Space

The license is not nominal, so if a member leaves the Space, you can reassign the license to a different user.

Once you have chosen the Plan and the number of licenses, you will see the cost of the Plan subscription. Click on Checkout to finalize the payment:

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To request more than 1000 licenses, you can reach out to the Team of WeSchool for a customized plan. To do this, simply click on the Contact us button.





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