Are there any limitations during the trial period?
To prevent hacker attacks, we had to limit the number of users to 20 per Organisation and the number of Organisations to 20 per account. During the trial period you are also not able to modify the email-text that gets sent out for user invitations. If you require more users or Organisations during your trial period, please contact us
and we'll be happy to help.
These restrictions will cease to apply when you switch to a paid subscription.
Is there a trial for ApprovalMax?
Yes, ApprovalMax offers a 14-day* trial with all features available free of charge. You don’t need any pre-approval or enter your credit card details for this. *Note: If you already have an ApprovalMax subscription and want to add a new Organisation ...
What happens when the trial ends?
Every trial version expires after 14 days* and it will not be possible to create new approval requests, modify workflows, etc. after that. *Please note: if you already have an ApprovalMax subscription and want to add a new Organisation under a trial, ...
How can I start a trial?
About the ApprovalMax trial The free 14-day ApprovalMax trial is a fully functional version of the product, only limited by time. When it runs out, you can purchase a subscription and keep all your data from the trial period. For details on starting ...
How long is the grace period?
If you encounter difficulties with a payment, there is a two-week grace period after the due date during which you can settle your ApprovalMax invoice without any negative impact on your subscription. However, if no payment is received by the end of ...
Why do I see a Trial Expired message?
The Trial Expires / Trial Expired message appears to those who created a trial Organisation in ApprovalMax and set up approval workflows for this Organisation, or were added as an Administrator for a trial Organisation created in someone else's ...