As we continue to add new features, improvements and templates we are introducing Curvenote Pro, which includes additional private projects, advanced publishing, and export to any professional template (including Word in the coming months!). Curvenote Pro has a two-week free trial for you to explore all the options, you can find out more here.
For the fantastic community members that have supported us along our journey so far, we are offering an additional six months free on our annual plan, you can claim that any time in the next month by visiting your settings in Curvenote. Also, for the coming two months we will offer 25% off both the monthly and annual price for all users.
We look forward to continuing to make Curvenote the best place for technical writing over the coming months!
Thank you all for your support! 🚀
As a part of these updates some of you have already created private projects or have turned on features which are included in Curvenote Pro, there will be no changes to the privacy settings of your projects, even if they exceed the Community Plan. Projects which exceed the limits will continue to work until Dec 15, 2021 and then will be set to read-only. Additionally, private projects and those projects with advanced publishing options will be set to read-only if you decide to cancel your plan.
If you are a student and have been using Curvenote and cannot afford to upgrade, please get in touch and we will help you out!
Other resources from Curvenote tagged update
Mike Morrison, the designer of the #betterposter movement, is joining Curvenote on a mission to improve scientific articles.
Exporting to Microsoft Word is now a single click in Curvenote!
The Curvenote brand embodies aspects of reuse, modularity and the connections behind ideas through building blocks that provide structure and can also be pulled apart, rearranged and used in unique ways.
Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab.
Curvenote was selected as one of 8 Canadian companies with over 16,000 global applications to participate in YCombinator W21, which is the premier startup accelerator in Silicon Valley.
Curvenote is a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming the FORCE11 2021 conference.