Update and engage users effectively.

Updote helps product teams share updates, collect, prioritize, and build public roadmap with customer feedback.

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Dashboard Dashboard

Keep users in the loop.

Public page with custom domain.


In-product widget.


Free features

Custom domain Free

Add your own custom domain name with free, automatic SSL certificates.

Team management Free

Let your team members update your page and manage your users.

Internal posts and comments Free

Share internal posts and comments with your team, public ones with your users.

Single Sign-On Free

Users from your website don't need to log in on your changelog page.

User votes and comments Free

Let users vote and comment on your posts, provide feedback, questions, and answers.

Markdown support Free

Post and comment in Markdown. Upload images, insert headings, code blocks, links, and tables.

Simple pricing. Start free.

Get started in minutes. No credit card required.



Free forever for small teams.

  • 2 team members
  • 200 end users
  • 2GB file storage
  • Email support



For growing startups.

  • 5 team members
  • Unlimited end users
  • Unlimited file storage
  • Priority support
Limited Offer

Early bird


Buy once, use forever.

  • 5 team members
  • Unlimited end users
  • Unlimited file storage
  • Priority support

Frequently asked questions

If you have a question, email me at [email protected]

The everyday changes are too small to write a whole blog post about it. Your users may not follow your blog or social media account(s).

Add a small widget on your website to keep your users engaged and appreciated your diligent work.

It will take about 5 minutes to set up your account and the public changelog page. Adding a widget and a custom domain may take some time. You'll get all the help you need from our documentation as well as email support.

A post is an item that you send to Updote. It may be a small note or a full blog post with images. You can choose to share it with your team or users.

A team member is a user of the account.
For example, @Google invites 2 team members, @Larry and @Sergey. @Google account now has 3 team members.

Billing is per account. While @Google is on the premium plan, @Larry and @Sergey accounts can be on the free plan.

An end user is a person that follows, posts, votes, and comments on your account. You can bring your users from your web app.

SSO is Single Sign-On. For example, users from FastCron don't need to log in again on the @FastCron changelog page.

Apart from the team member limit, we don't enforce other limits (end users, file storage) at the moment.

We use LemonSqueezy to process payments. They support PayPal and credit/debit cards. We also accept payments via Binance.

Yes, you can upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your subscription anytime in the dashboard. If you encounter any problems, email [email protected] and we'll help.

About me


Hi, I'm Nguyen An Thuan, a website developer. I've been running FastCron (formerly SetCronJob) since 2009.

I believe that the best place to engage my website users is not Twitter, Facebook, Discord, or any communication platforms.
It's on my website, where my users are logged in and ready to engage.

I build Updote to keep my users in the loop about small changes and updates, right on the website.