Sunday, May 21, 2023

New API functions, new group actions

 4 new API functions have been added to FastCron:

  • cron_batch_add to add multiple cronjobs at once.
  • cron_batch_edit to update multiple cronjobs at once.
  • cron_batch_delete to delete multiple cronjobs at once.
  • cron_group_edit to update multiple cronjobs in a group at once.

The new function documentation can be found here:

It's now recommended to use the API function in the format target_action e.g. cron_add instead of the old format cron.add. However, the old format will be maintained indefinitely for legacy uses.

3 new group actions have been added:

  • Edit cronjobs: to edit all cronjobs in a group at once
  • Delete cronjobs: delete all cronjobs in a group
  • Delete group & cronjobs: delete a group and its cronjobs.

Monday, May 1, 2023

Team user limit on legacy plans


If you're having a legacy account plan (Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond) with the Team option, a new limit of 5 team users has been added.

This means that you can add up to 4 extra team members aside from yourself, the account owner.

If you exceeded the new limit, all existing team members can continue accessing your account as usual. You can also edit an existing user and replace them with another user by changing the email address. However, you won't be able to add new team members.

It's recommended to remove inactive members. FastCron will mark users that haven't logged in for 6 months as inactive.

If you want to increase the team member limit, and the price change is too steep, please contact me and I'll offer a discount.

Thursday, April 6, 2023

Viewer role - Read-only Team Member

 You can now add a new team member with the role of Viewer. They will have read-only access to your account.

Team member role

Viewers can not run/add/edit/delete/disable/enable/export cronjobs as well as make any change to your account.

They can not change your account plan but can renew your account.

The role is available in the Business plan only.

Monday, April 3, 2023

Run another cronjob after execution

You can now run another cronjob after a cronjob's successful execution. You should also disable the target cronjob if you want it to completely depend on the source cronjob.image.png

This will double the daily execution count in the source cronjob. The feature is available in the premium plans.

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

SetCronJob is now FastCron


I've renamed SetCronJob to FastCron. The new homepage is now

The blog domain has been changed to

The help center is now at

The default user agent has been changed to Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; FastCron/1.0;

Emails will be sent from and

The new API endpoint is now

If you encounter any problem with this change, please let me know.