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This is the email I received today updating info from CEO Cricut.
Dear Cricut Members,
On Friday, March 12
we announced an intention to limit the number of personal images and
patterns that members can upload to Design Space without a Cricut Access
subscription. We updated this plan on March 16
and shared that we intended to study the matter further. My team has
spent the week listening, learning, and taking in a lot of feedback. Not
every decision we make is perfect, but we take every opportunity to
learn and get better.
we’ve made the decision to reverse our previously shared plans. Right
now, every member can upload an unlimited number of images and patterns
to Design Space for free, and we have no intention to change this
policy. This is true whether you’re a current Cricut member or are
thinking about joining the Cricut family before or after December 31, 2021.|
care deeply about every single member of our community, and it’s your
creativity that keeps us motivated, excited, and passionate every day
about what we’re building here at Cricut.
Thank you for your candor and your commitment to our company and community. We appreciate you.
ashish arora (Cricut ceo)
March 18, 2021
P.S. To view this statement online, visit the Cricut blog
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On Tuesday, March 16, 2021 3:44 PM, Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
This new policy means that all who register their Cricut Explore and Maker machines before December 31, 2021, will have a lifetime of free uploads to Cricut Design Space with or without a paid subscription to Cricut Design Space.
Since users of Legacy Cricut Machines cannot use Cricut Design Space with their cutters, the Cricut Design Space policies do not apply to use of legacy Cricut machines such as the original Expression, Cricut Personal (Bug), Create, Cake, or Cake Mini.
We continue to support in this group, all cutter users who use Make The Cut software in combination with any other software, regardless of the machine used.