New customer page and subscription details

This is our first rollout toward our largest iteration to date in Hyperline: our new subscription model with way more flexibility.

In this improvement, we revamped the customer and subscription details page, using a better page structure and organization of the information. You can benefit from more clarity in the display of the subscription products (including all the future parameters, a preview of the evolution of metered pricing depending on the consumption, etc.) and the future invoice.

You can also now zoom in and display the details of a subscription on a dedicated page.

Better currency management

We’ve made updates on how we handle currencies in Hyperline, especially when you invoice in multiple currencies, to manage more complexity out of the box for you.

The concept of “main currency” is now replaced by two distinct currency types:

  • the accounting currency: automatically set by us and depending on your company country. This currency cannot be changed as it’s used to maintain your accounting ledger with your country’s legal requirements. This only affects the footer of your invoices, where we’ll display the converted amount when needed;
  • the reporting currency: configured by you, used in the dashboard page, and revenue analytics computations.

ACH Direct Debit 🇺🇸

We now support ACH Direct Debit!

Like SEPA Direct Debit, this method allows US companies to set up direct debit payment methods for their customers with a US bank account.

Forward customer emails

You can now set up in your settings custom emails where we’ll forward emails sent to your customers. This allows your finance team, accountant, or anyone else to stay in the loop.

New login flow (including login with Google)

Hyperline’s users can now log in or sign up using a password or their Google account!

Additionally, we added a reset password flow, and sign up is directly accessible from this page.

Third-party app

We now allow external products to integrate Hyperline by orchestrating existing accounts. This enables building third-party integration using OAuth2, and adding/using billing capabilities on top of another product with ease.

More details in the documentation