Wow, I really like the new design. I 2nd the feature request for ssh key for support. Could be really simple - provide a public key available that we can add and you fiercly guard your private key.
ssh key would allow to ssh in but it is useless if/when we need to login to your WHM to check/adjust something and in majority of cases we do need to be able to access both.I 2nd the feature request for ssh key for support. Could be really simple - provide a public key available that we can add and you fiercly guard your private key.
We won't support subscriptions at the launch of the new system, but it's coming. Once we get integrated with PayPal's API to where we can cancel/edit subscriptions at cancellation/modification of a service then we'll do it.Very nice but please tell me the ability to set up a paypal subscription will be part of it.
Growing old is a shlep! I am doing it that way for my domain reseller account. Why didn't I think of doing the same for my VPS's?Get a PayPal debit card and have them use that for payment. It'll come out of your PayPal account and you'll get 1% cash back from PayPal every 3 months, BONUS!
While it made credit card payments infinitely easier, it did add just a couple of clicks for PayPal.Before I start complaining, it was a good move to upgrade the billing system, it was very needed; also it's better overall than the old one.
But it's nedlessly complex in some places (not streamlined). I just made a payment and it made me do several clicks through several pages. I liked the old "PayPal link" in the email (quick and convenient). Maybe you could add it? I mean the current complex one is good and definitely needed sometimes, but shouldn't you have a an additional quick "click me to pay $XX via paypal" in the email as you used to?
Thank God for that Jonathan. My clicking finger was becoming tired.While it made credit card payments infinitely easier, it did add just a couple of clicks for PayPal.
In the invoice email (and all reminders) there's a "Pay now" link that does not require login to the client area. Click that link, select PayPal, click pay, then click on the PayPal button.
It's a standardized format for all forms of payment and since you don't have to login the overhead of those two extra clicks is only a second or two