Just wanted to echo all the other (now closed) posts about the new pricing "options." It's clear to me that SimplePractice deliberately spread basic features across all three plans so that most of us have no other option than to pay the premium price. An extra $70/month just to keep what we've got.
Words can't say how disappointing this is as a solo practitioner who has built my practice around this system. Someone up top knows how difficult it is to transfer records, wrangle clients to fill out new paper work, and learn and integrate a new system. They're banking on us to stay out of convenience. This feels like extortion. It feels gross.
I for one will not be tolerating this bad faith move on principle alone. Despite the headache, I will be taking my business elsewhere and encouraging my colleagues to do the same.
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