Hello, and welcome to the November edition of the Rebilly news, features, and updates blog.
This month we added the following new features.
We added the ability to specify minimum and maximum amounts for deposit requests. For more information, see Deposit requests.
We added the following usage limit notifications for metered billing plans:
- Hard usage limits: Inform customers that they have reached the usage limit of their metered billing plan, and must upgrade their plan to continue using the service.
- Soft usage limits: Inform customers that they are approaching the hard usage limit of their metered billing plan, so that they can upgrade their plan before the hard limit is reached.
For more information, see Set usage limit notifications for metered billing.
We added webhooks for the Soft usage limit reached, and Hard usage limit reached events. These webhooks trigger when the soft or hard usage limit thresholds for an item with a metered billing plan are reached. For information on how to set up webhooks using the Rebilly UI, see Webhooks.
We improved the usability of filters in the Rebilly UI by adding an Apply filter button to all segments when more than one filter is selected. For more information, see Apply a filter to data table content.
Rebilly supports more than 199+ payment gateways and supports 167+ payment methods including ACH, PayPal, and Bitcoin. If you would like to add a payment integration that’s not in our list, complete the request a new payment gateway integration process.
If you have any questions, please contact us. We are happy to help!
For more release information, see Release notes.
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