- There’s no indication for which version/tier/model of an option a p/c relates to
- There’s no clean way to link to multiple versions of an option
Take Imaginary calendar app for Android as an example. It has freemium, pro, business A and business B versions. Each version has a different download link in the Play store and no website that lists all versions. Adding each separately will create a lot of options and make it harder to overview differences between versions or compare to other options.
The approach so far has been to list the “feature complete” version and mention other versions as pros/cons. But that has some issues. What if there’s no “feature complete” version and there are only sidegrades (business A & business B)? Which one do you link to? What happens with option titles? How do we relay to the user, that the option title is referring to all versions “meta”? So it’s Windows vs OSX, not Windows The Corporate Edition vs OSX The Completely Fair Edition.
Basically the UI needs to match with how we want data represented on the site that can be intuitively understood by the user.