New Add-Ons Available

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Cosmic Blog New Add-Ons Available
by Tony Spiro on April 3, 2020


We released our Additional Users Add-on last month and it has quickly become one of our most popular products. We think this is because teams like the ability to customize specific portions of their usage plan. We are happy to offer two more add-ons to help you get the most out of Cosmic while allowing more billing flexibility.


Add-ons Bundle
The new Add-ons Bundle combines all of our most popular Add-ons together in one value-added package. It includes Webhooks, Localization, Revision History, and Automatic Backups for 40% off of the price you would pay for all of the Add-ons individually.

To add this Add-on to your Bucket, login and go to Your Bucket > Settings > BillingThen scroll down to find the Add-ons section.


Additional Files Add-On
Storing and delivering media in Cosmic is so easy and we want to make it even easier for you to make the most out of our Global CDN, image processing, and API tools to manage media. We are happy to offer the Additional Files Add-on to allow you to scale up your media usage.

To add this Add-on to your Bucket, login and go to Your Bucket > Settings > BillingThen scroll down to find the Add-ons section.


We hope you like these additional products to help your team build great content-powered apps faster. If you have any questions, please reach out to us on Twitter and join our Slack channel.

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