Atomic Beta Release 2 – New Pagely customer signup flow. Joshua StrebelMarch 1, 2018 We are in the midst of our Epic 2018 Launch-A-Palooza where we’ll be rolling out new products and feature enhancements all year long. Last month we pushed Release 1 of our new Atomic control panel – with that also came our brand new application gateway – ARES.Feedback has been great, and we welcome more of it!Our release schedule is ambitious – and on deck is Release 2 of the Atomic control panel. This release focuses on our new user sign-up flow.The changes to the sign-up process are needed to support the new App management screens coming in Atomic Beta Release 3.While this release does not affect existing customers, it will dramatically enhance our ability to welcome new customers. Here are some screens of what to expect when this launches in the next week or so.Choosing a plan and region.A short video to highlight a few key aspects of setup and our on-boarding process while your server provisions.Adding your team membersThat’s it for now – until next time – when we push our all new WordPress application management interface. Sneak peak below.We’re happy to say things are moving along nicely, and our team is doing a great job sticking to the timeline (which we all know can be a challenge!). After this next release, our ongoing roadmap looks like this:Like this content? Meet Pagely.Atomic Beta Release 3What: Application Configuration & Management (Create/Destroy, SFTP/SSH, Git, Staging/Cloning, CDN, etc.)When: April 1 2018Atomic Version 2What: PressDNS v2 InterfaceWhen: May 1 2018Atomic Version 2.1What: Billing/Invoice ManagementWhen: June 1 2018Atomic Version 2.2What: Total Parity of old Atomic, End of Life for old Atomic.When: July 1 2018Atomic Version 2.3What: New Backup/Restore toolingWhen: August 1 2018We really appreciate having you all on this journey with us, pushing us to produce a superior product and deliver real value to our customers.Extra Reading to Keep You InformedRead my recent blog post which outlines our process for 2018. It’s ambitious and we’re proud of the strides we’re making.We’re all talking about GDPR and preparing for May. We put together a resource guide to compliance for educating yourself and staying informed.Continuing to improve the technology we use at Pagely drives us every day. We don’t talk about it enough, so learn all about how we’re an advanced technology partner with Amazon for WordPress.March 1, 2018 Building Pagely Author Joshua Strebel I work on the interwebs and am CEO and co-founder of Pagely the Managed WordPress Hosting company. Father of 2 small boys and husband to an amazing woman. 0 Comments Cancel reply Comment:Name * Email *Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.