Yes, you can cancel your subscription at any time. Your subscription will auto-renew until you cancel, but why would you want to?
Will I be charged now for a free trial?
No, we won't charge you at this time. However, there is a $1 USD hold that is immediately released. You may see a charge of $1 on your account, but it will be reversed. After your trial ends, we'll use this information to create your account, so you can continue to build new skills with uninterrupted access to our platform.
What are Pluralsight business plans?
Businesses of all sizes - from small shops to large enterprises - purchase these plans, with other tools to effectively grow and measure skills and track progress. In addition to all the features that come with personal plans, business plans include easy group management, in-depth reporting on usage and skills growth, SSO and more.
How does a Pluralsight subscription work?
It's simple. When you sign up, you'll immediately have unlimited viewing of thousands of expert courses, paths to guide your learning, tools to measure your skills and hands-on resources like exercise files. There’s no limit on what you can learn and you can cancel at any time.
How long is my personal free trial?
When you sign up for a trial, you will receive 10 days or 200 minutes of viewing -- whichever comes first. If you trial is not canceled within the 10 days, the trial will convert to a paid subscription that will auto-renew until the subscription is canceled. Click here for more information on our trials.
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Love hearing about people being happy with Pluralsight! Met someone last night who’d just signed up a large org and was great to hear how extensively they were using it. Creating these courses is laborious, lonely work so feedback is awesome 😎 https://t.co/tlDJNz4F9q
@pluralsight have a variable speed slider on their video player.
I love this!
Some teachers talk way too quickly, especially the young ones. Slowing it down is a godsend. And, when you just need to speed through to the good stuff, you can do that, too. https://t.co/4REcwAwp8k