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Recurring Payments

Introducing an even better Recurring Payments

Recurring Payments is one of our most widely used extensions, for good reasons, and has been the focus of a significant amount of our development time in the last 12 months. In February, 2016, we announced the first release of the new Recurring Payments plugin; today we’re excited to announce yet another release with another set of sweeping improvements.

The new Recurring Payments extension

Three years ago, soon after the very first version of Easy Digital Downloads launched, we released our Recurring Payments extension. The extension quickly became one of the most popular and widely used of all the extensions in our catalogue. Today, I am excited to announce that the new Recurring Payments is here. And it’s awesome.

A Preview of Recurring Payments 2.4

Recurring Payments has been a staple in our extensions catalogue since it was released almost exactly three years ago. When first released, it provided some of the basic and necessary functions for processing recurring subscriptions through Easy Digital Downloads. It was not, however, without its limitations and shortcomings. We would like to show you a preview of the next version of the Recurring Payments extension that is the result of reevaluating the platform from the ground up and building the plugin how we wished it had been built from the beginning.

Recurring Payments updated with support for signup fees

The Recurring Payments extension is one of our most popular extensions, and today I’m thrilled to announce that it has had a highly requested feature introduced in version 1.1: signup fees. A lot of users have wanted the ability to charge their subscribers an extra signup fee for the first period, such as $30 for

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