If you're on Coda's Free plan, you might have noticed that one of the elements that counts towards your bill is something called "doc size" - let's take a closer look at what that means.

Every doc looks a little different, so doc size is a combination of a few different factors:

  • Rows - For your tables, we'll let you know how many rows you're using. On a free plan, you'll be able to have up to 1,000 rows in your doc.
  • Objects - On a free plan, you'll be able to have up to 50 objects in your doc. Objects include sections, tables and views, controls, and formulas. We'll even give you a handy capacity bar so you can see where most of your doc's size is coming from.
  • Note, for Buttons & Controls and Formulas, only those objects you have in the canvas will count towards your doc size. 

A doc's size limitations are enforced if the doc lives in a workspace that is on the Free plan . You can always move your docs from a free to paid workspace to unlock unlimited size limitations or upgrade the workspace it's in. You'll also get a two-week grace period to make adjustments to large docs if you would like to stick with your free plan. If your two-week grace period has run out then the doc will become read-only until it is in a paid workspace.

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