Hey there everyone!
Let’s talk about Foundry v2’s upcoming release a bit more…
With tutorials now recorded and just about ready to go, I think I’m in a good place to announce a tentative release date. I’m shooting for March 3, 2020 for release of Foundry v2. Like I said, this is tentative still. If something happens between now and then it could get pushed a couple of days. I’m still working on touchups here and there for the new site as well as lots of other little things that need finalizing, but currently I do not see any problems.
Upgrading should hopefully be pretty easy for users. There’ll be an option on both the Purchase page and the Upgrade Foundry help Documentation page. Clicking on the upgrade button will add a discounted version of Foundry to your cart for checkout. When you go to checkout the Cartloom system will ask for your email address, as it normally does. If you’ve purchased Foundry v1 using that email address it will allow you to move forward with the upgrade pricing.
It will be necessary to purchase Foundry v2 with the same email address as you used for purchasing Foundry v1. This is non-optional, as the system needs to verify your previous order to alloy the reduced upgrade pricing.
In addition, per usual, your purchase will be sent to the email address you supply in this field.
Upgrade Grace Period
If you’ve purchased Foundry v1 between January 1, 2020 and the release date of Foundry v2 (currently set for March 3, 2020) you will receive the upgrade at no cost. I’ll be using the Cartloom order system to send out emails to all users who’ve purchased Foundry v1 during this time period with instructions on how to upgrade. These grace period emails will go out the day of release. So please be patient on release day, as there will be a lot going on.
If you have any questions about how the upgrade process will work, please ask here.