You can now selectively display the Plans and Addons that a customer can choose from while changing their subscription via the customer portal.
You can now filter your Subscriptions and Customers based on the Customer Portal status (Active/Pending/Not Signed Up). Your Subscription and Customer CSV exports will also include this information.
If you have multiple Live Sites in Chargebee, you can now search for a particular customer across all of them in the "Your Sites" page.
Chargebee now supports transactions in Chinese Renminbi Yuan currency (CNY).
You can now filter for subscriptions that have changes scheduled for a future date.
As a follow up to the aforementioned update, you can refund a recorded excess payment via Transactions page. You can also reverse transactions for check payments or check bounces, and delete offline transactions.
You can now set up multiple tax rates with the Customized Tax option, where you can upload a CSV file with the required tax information. (Note: This would especially be useful if you have tax rates varying from region to region, like in the US or Canada)
The "Subscription Shipping Address Updated" email notification and the
subscription_shipping_address_updated event used to get triggered whenever a subscription was created or updated with a shipping address. It has now been fixed and they will get triggered only when the shipping address is updated for/by a customer.
Earlier, when a customer removed an addon from their subscription, the Review and Confirm panel incorrectly mentioned that the estimated amount will be charged immediately for the same. The text has now been fixed and the info box will mention that it's a renewal invoice and that no immediate charge will be made.
Chargebee signup flow has now become shorter, where the Verify Email and Claim Account steps have been merged into a single Account Setup step. The Signup page, Login page, Complete setup page and the headers in the app have also been refined.
Support for the new seven digit postal codes is now available for customers from Israel. The existing five digit postal codes will be supported as well.
You now have the option to not tax the sale of digital goods to customers belonging to your EU country (merchant's country). You can also disable VAT validation for customers belonging to your country.
You now have support for two additional currencies, namely Kenyan Shilling (KES) and Mexican Peso (MXN). (Note: KES is not supported by PayPal)
You can now export MRR values in your "Subscriptions" CSV files.
You now have four new instant triggers to use with your Zapier integration, namely, Subscription Changed, Subscription Cancelled, Subscription Activated, and Failed Charge. By using Zapier, you can now also record offline payments for invoices in Chargebee.
currency_code attribute is now available for the Invoice and Transaction API objects. So if you have multiple sites (created for multiple currencies), you can now instantly identify the currency of the invoice/transaction was generated, when you receive the corresponding webhook.
first_invoice attribute has now been added for the Invoice API object. You will be able to easily identify the new paying customers with the help of this attribute, when you receive the corresponding webhook.
Support for the new postal code (Eircode) is now available for Irish companies. The existing postal codes will be supported as well.
The export of invoices (PDF) will now be sorted according to the date of creation of the invoice.
You can now remove an already applied PO number using the Update Subscription API.
Earlier, the customer portal wasn't accessible via the API, if none of your customers had an email id configured in Chargebee. This has been fixed and you will now be able to allow access to the portal.
If a chargeback has been raised, you can now record it as a refund by marking the reason as "Chargeback".
If the first name and the last name of a customer are not specified as part of the billing address, they will now be taken from the customer information.
Earlier, for pending invoices, credits applied weren't taken into account while calculating the next billing amount. This has been fixed now.
You can now disable webhooks from being triggered, conditionally, if necessary.
You can now support Philippine Pesos (PHP) for your customers.
A new event
subscription_shipping_address_updated has been added. This event is triggered when the shipping address for a subscription is updated.
You can now configure certain custom fields on the checkout page to be non-editable (read only).
When we try to sync information with Refersion and the request fails, we retry for a stipulated number of times. If we still aren't able to connect to Refersion, a notification is sent to you informing about the failure to sync data with Refersion.
Earlier, if you hadn't configured a gateway in Chargebee, the customer portal wasn't accessible. This has been fixed now.
New fields 'Tax Total' and 'Vat number' have been added to the "Invoices" CSV file. This will be included in the export files of both invoices and transactions.
During the generation of a "Pending" Invoice, the invoice number will not be taken from the main sequence. Instead, a temporary invoice number in the ‘draft_inv_' format will be assigned to it.
You can now allow access to parts of your website to existing customers by building on top of Chargebee's user authentication.
You can now collect URLs as part of custom field data in your hosted pages. The URL will be checked for the valid format.
A preview of the next billing amount for a subscription is now available. The Next Billing Amount is present as part of the Subscription & also Customer information.
Whenever a card is added or deleted, CMRR is recalculated based on the possibly applicable charges.