The following is applicable only to the users who have not upgraded their FeedManager accounts to any of the paid packages yet.
As mentioned in one of our earlier posts, the FeedManager accounts of all the users who did not susbscibe to a paid package will be automatically converted to the “FeedManager Free” package. This will happen within the next 48 hours.
What this means to those who are effected by this change is that all the feeds in your FeedManager account, except the latest one (latest determined by creation date) will be automatically disabled and you’ll not be able to use them or execute any functions like edit, add item, update etc. on them, although you’ll still see them in your FeedManager account. Also, all the advanced features which are not part of the “FeedManager Free” package (see details) will be automatically disabled for your (one) active feed as well.
We’ll however, for the next 30 days, preserve all your disabled feeds and their settings as they are and you can re-activate them and start using them again by subscribing to a paid package of your choice within this 30 day grace period. However, if “FeedManager Free” package suffice your needs and you choose not to upgrade your account within the grace period, then all of the disabled feeds in your account (excluding the latest one that remains active) will be deleted forever and cannot be recovered in the future. We would like to reiterate, if you do not upgrade your FeedManager account to a paid package even within the grace period, then all of the disabled feeds in your account (excluding the latest one that remains active) will be deleted forever and cannot be recovered in the future.
Note: In case you do not want the latest feed in your account to be active, but instead, you want some other feed in its place, then please email us before August 1, 2010 at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Change Default Feed” in the subject line and mention in your email the following details:
- Your email address you use to sign in to your RapidFeeds.com account
- The Title of the feed you want enabled
and we’ll do the needful.
As usual, please feel free to write to us at email@example.com if you have any questions or need help with your accounts.
P.S.: We highly encourage you to take a look at the recent blogposts discussing the latest feature releases in the past few weeks and the list of interesting and useful features we are currently working on to make FeedManager an even more complete product for your RSS needs.