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azing is free for personal and public use. If you wish to use azing in a closed team and not share your work, you must become a sponsor.


Use for yourself, create checklists, manage tasks from these checklists and selectively publish some of the checklists at your will. 

Wikipedia / Community

Collaborate with others to create public checklists. Unlimited users, everything is public.

$ 8/month and user

Create teams with private checklists and tasks, with detailed controll over what you publish and to whom. Work together to manage team tasks and delegate work within your team. 

billed annually

Sponsoring / Pricing

azing is free for most use cases. If you need advanced corporate functions (still being developed), these are the prices:

  1. USD/EUR 8.- per employee and month 
    billed annually, or 10.- billed monthly
  2. USD/EUR 2-. per restricted customer access
    billed annually, or 4.- billed monthly

Educational and NPO Pricing

Educational organizations, Non-Profits and religious organizations can apply for NPO pricing, which will be evaluated on a case-by-case. In most scenarios, we'll grant you a rebate of 75%.

Please remember that you can also publish checklists for free using the Wikipedia-model, so you may not need to apply for this rebate. 

Corporate Features

Larger teams can leverage the advanced business features like the following:

Advanced Branding

Business have more features in terms of branding their recipe catalogs and watermarking printed checklists. 

User and Permission Management

  1. Manage thousands of users
  2. Differentiate between employees and external users with restricted access
  3. Grant precise read/write permissions on each folder in the recipe catalog
  4. Manage task read/search/edit permissions

Publish Copyrighted Checklists(coming in Q4)

By default, all public checklists must be free to use and share using the same license as Wikipedia (CC-BY-3). Businesses may also publish checklists with more restrictive licenses, which will also disable some of the sharing features like clone-this-recipe.

Selective Publishing of Checklists

Business may define customer user groups which have limited access to certain checklists. Typically this will be used to provide manuals and best-practices to your customers. 

Backend Integration APIs (2020)

Business may wish to integrate their existing infrastructure with azing, for example to use project-IDs from an ERP in the task management. 

Task-Workflows (coming in Q4)

Business may wish to automate certain processes - for example by letting public users send them a tasks from public checklists. 

Recipe Metadata (coming 2020)

Advanced, custom metadata can be attached to each recipe, to further analyze usage with additional parameters. 

Google Analytics Tracking (coming 2020)

Business may also recipe track usage data to their own google analytics. 

Corporate/Team Taxonomy (coming Q4)

Business can create a corporate taxonomy system for tagging their checklists and tasks. 

Advanced Task Analytics (coming 2020)

Business may wish to analyse usage data on their tasks, to see what checklists are used how often and in future also analyse lifecycle statistics like time-to-completion. With this information, business can better decide what processes to optimize.

Form Data API (coming 2020)

Businesses can leverage the forms in azing checklists to transfer information to and from their own backends, further enhancing automation and processes.