Notice of changes to the non-signup version

  • Created : Jan, 8, 2017
  • Last Updated: Mar, 25, 2019


From Jan 22nd 2017 at 5pm (PST) you will no longer be able to create widgets for use on a website without signing up for a Free or Pro account.

After this date you will need to signup to the FeedWind system in order to use the code snippet on your website. Without a login, the Feedwind trial version allows you to make changes to the settings and see a preview of your widget as before, but you will not have access to code to use on a website.

How do I signup?

You can sign up using the Sign up button at the top of our setup screen. It’s completely free – No credit card or personal information is required. You just need your email address or sign up via a Facebook or Google account.

What are the benefits of signing up?

Free plan –  up to 5 widgets

Pro plan – up to 20 widgets

Dashboard – You will have access to a dashboard to manage/edit/copy/delete your widgets.

Auto-updating – Whenever you change widget styling in FeedWind it will automatically reflect on your website. Once the code snippet is in place, there is no need to update it when you edit (just save your edits!).

What do I need to do if I need more than 5 widgets?

You can sign up for the Pro version which allows for up to 20 widgets

I need to know more – where can I find more information

You can visit our support pages or if you need more assistance or information, contact us and our support team will help you figure things out.


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