By now, you have probably heard about the Pricing Table element in Thrive Architect. If so, I'm here to give you some good news: We have added a bunch of new templates that come straight from our design team!
In this article we're going to have a look at what makes the new templates so special and we'll reveal a few important tips regarding the Pricing Table element.
For the full experience, don't forget to check out the video at the top of the page.
Not Just a Few Simple Templates
As I've said before, we've now added more than 10 new templates for the Pricing Table element.
But there is more to these templates than just their cool looks...
As you know, Thrive Architect comes with over 250 landing pages. Each Pricing Table template matches a certain Thrive Architect landing page.
This means that, for each Thrive Architect sales page template there is now a specific Pricing Table template that shares its exact design language: Same font, same color scheme, same vibe etc.
Let me give you an example: Open up a page with Thrive Architect and load up one of the sales page templates:
Once the landing page is loaded, go ahead and drag the Pricing Table element on the page and select the "Change Template" option:
Now, look for the template that has the exact name as the landing page, in this case, "I Can't Believe it's Not PS":
And, just like that, you have a Pricing table template that matches your landing page:
More Pricing Table Tips
Once your Pricing Table is in place, you need to learn how to make the most out of it, in Thrive Architect.
The "Instance" Option
You have probably noticed the two buttons placed on top of the Pricing Table template above:
These buttons allow you to display multiple instances for your Pricing Table.
For example, if your products can be bought both through a monthly payment or a yearly payment, you can create two separate instances for this:
To select the instance, you need to select the Pricing Table (you can do this easily in the breadcrumbs), go on the sidebar and choose one of the instances:
When a certain instance is selected, the changes that you bring to the Pricing Table will only apply to that instance. This will make the Pricing Table different from one instance to another.
If you don't need multiple instances, simply delete the second instance from the template and the buttons will be removed too.
You're Not Limited to 3-Column Pricing Tables
The default layout of the Pricing Table consists of 3 columns. (If you want to know why, you can check out this article on How to Build Pricing Tables That Look Good and Win Customers)
However, you can change that very easily and have a Pricing Table with 2, 4 or more columns.
To set this up, you need to look for the "Price Boxes" section on the sidebar. As you can see, in our case, "Basic", "Fulltime" and "Private" are the names of the 3 columns:
Then, if you want a 2-column layout, you can remove the Price Box that you no longer need.
On the other hand, if you want an extra column you can use the "Add New" button, or... If you don't want to build the new column from scratch you can use the "Duplicate" icon from another box.
One More Thing...
We're also planning on making a "Pricing Table from Scratch" video, where we will use Thrive Architect to create an entire Pricing Table from scratch to show you some cool design tricks.
Here's where we need your help...
Below, you can find 3 Pricing Table examples. Let us know in the comment section which one of these you would like to see us build with Thrive Architect:
Don't forget to vote with a thumbs up in the comments below!