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How is doc size calculated in the Free plan?
How is doc size calculated in the Free plan?

Understand how to calculate your doc size for Coda's free plan

Updated over a week ago

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. The count includes all rows across different tables. Use the Doc map to locate all tables and views. Click on Details to see the row and column count per table.

  • Objects - On a free plan, you'll be able to have up to 50 objects in your doc. We'll even give you a handy capacity bar so you can see where most of your doc's size is coming from. Objects include:

    • Pages

    • Tables & Views

    • Buttons & Controls

    • Formulas

    Note, for Buttons & Controls and Formulas, only those objects you have in the canvas (the surface of a page) will count towards your doc size. Formulas or buttons in columns of a table do not count.

  • Media - You are able to store 1 GB of media including JPEG, PNG, PDF, and MP4. Files have a maximum size of 10MB. This includes both attachments on the canvas and in the Images & Files column.

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.

If you go over the limit, 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. Please reach out to with your doc link if you have any questions.

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