October 1st, 2021

Reminders on big changes coming up

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Written by Michael Wagstaff
Updated over a week ago

As we kick off the last quarter of the year, here are a few big reminders!

๐Ÿš€ Advanced prices are going up... But not for you if you lock in soon!

Costs are going up everywhere and no one likes it, we know. That's why we grandfather pricing! While the per-inspection pricing for Spectora Advanced will go up January 1st to $3, you can still lock in today's rate of $2.50 if you sign up before then.

See why thousands of inspectors call Advanced "the best investment in my business, hands down" with automated upsells, easier scheduling, and better business intelligence. Hear how this inspector increased his revenue by $50 per inspection ๐Ÿคฏ

๐Ÿ“ฑ Keep customizing your text messages

In case you missed it, some massive changes big telecom is making to prevent spam texting is causing some new requirements with software platforms like Spectora.

Starting next week you'll need a custom phone number to send customized text messages. Otherwise you can still use texting with our default text message templates for free.

You have likely already seen instructions on how to keep your text messaging capabilities. If not, get a custom number now to avoid the disabling of your custom texting capabilities:

๐Ÿ“– Learning the platform?

We have weekly demos of our platform as well as a weekly deep-dive into rotating features!:

๐Ÿ”ง Feature of the Week: Notifications for Undelivered Emails/Texts

When an email or text doesn't get delivered in Spectora, we automatically send you a chat notification. If youโ€™re missing those notifications or would prefer that we email you instead, you can change that in Settings > Business Tools > Internal Communication.

๐ŸŽ™Recent Content

Here's a quick clip from a roundtable with the leadership team of Super Inspector, one of the largest companies in the country:

Check out Kevin's other Spectora Spotlight interviews on Apple or Google Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube.

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