We understand that some months you get busy and might not be able to make a post. Or maybe you're taking a well-deserved vacation and don't want to charge your patrons while you're away. When this happens, you can choose to pause your creator page. Depending on how your page is setup, there are a few different ways to go about this:
If your page is currently receiving payments per post, you can simply not post any paid content during your hiatus.
Creators who are on a monthly billing cycle have the option to pause their creator page. If you pause your creator page, your patrons won't be charged during the next billing cycle and your creator page will automatically resume (un-pause) on the 2nd of the following month.
For example: On January 20th, you realize you didn't make a post at all in January and you don't want your patrons to be charged on February 1st. Instead of reverting your account to a "patron only" account, you can pause your creator page to ensure your patrons are not charged on February 1st. On February 2nd your creator page will automatically un-pause and normal billing will continue in March.
Here's how to pause your campaign:
Step 1: Visit settings from the vertical navbar on the left.
Step 2: Select revert my account to patron only.
Step 3: Select pause my creator page.
Step 4: Select save changes.
Un-pausing Your Creator Page
When you're ready to come back from your break, you can un-pause your creator page from your profile settings page .
Step 1: Click
No matter how you go about taking a break from your Patreon page, be sure to notify your patrons! This can be done with a simple post or by sending a message through your Patron Manager.
Enjoy your break and see you back here soon!