- 23 Aug 2023
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- Updated on 23 Aug 2023
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The following is a summary of the different plans Airtable offers. Self-serve plans include monthly and annual billing options.
For the most up-to-date and thorough information, please see the Airtable pricing page. We also recommend reading over our Billing FAQ, which outlines some common questions about how our self-serve billing works.
Note that all accounts offer the ability to create unlimited workspaces, however, we do have general limits on the number of bases a workspace may have and the number of tables, views, and fields a base may have.
- Bases per workspace - 500
- Tables per base - 1000
- Views per base - 1000
- Fields per table - 500
For self-serve users, the first workspace created after signing up, as well as any additional workspaces added later, will be Free workspaces to start. However, there are some limits to be aware of:
Bases in a workspace on the free plan can support a maximum of 1000 records (rows) each. Note that this number is cumulative over different tables. For example, a base with one table that has 1000 records and a base with two tables of 500 records each would both be at the limits of the free plan.
Using Airtable's attachment fields, each base on the free plan can store up to 1GB of file attachments.
- Record-level revision history is a feature that shows a visual activity feed of the changes made to each record. A base on the Free plan stores 2 week's worth of revision history.
- Base snapshots allow you to back up a base and restore it to an earlier version. A base on the Free plan can store the past 2 week's worth of snapshots.
Workspaces on Free plans are unable to access the extensions feature.
On the Free plan, forms cannot be customized with a header image, nor can the Airtable branding be removed. Airtable branding within bases cannot be removed on the free plan or any other plan.
On the free plan, you cannot color-code your records using record coloring, which allows you to automatically color records by using custom filtering conditions or by using single select fields.
The Airtable Team plan costs $24/user/month on the monthly billing plan and $20/user/month on the annual billing plan. The biggest benefits of our Team plan are highlighted below:
Bases in a workspace on the Team plan can support a maximum of 50000 records (rows) each.
Note that this number is cumulative over different tables. For example, a base with one table that has 50000 records and a base with two tables of 25000 records each would both be at the limits of the Team plan.
Using Airtable's attachment fields, each base on the Team plan can store up to 10GB of file attachments.
- Record-level revision history is a feature that shows a visual activity feed of the changes made to each record. A base on the Team plan stores 1 year's worth of revision history.
- Base snapshots allow you to back up a base and restore it to an earlier version. A base on the Team plan can store the past 1 year's worth of snapshots.
Access to Airtable Automations allows you to configure custom trigger-action workflows directly within your Airtable base. This allows you to save time by automating repetitive tasks, increasing communication efficiency, and reducing the overall margin of error.
Extensions enable you to extend the functionality of your base. You can use extensions to visualize and summarize your records in colorful ways (e.g. building charts or maps from your bases) or even directly integrate your Airtable bases with your favorite extensions (e.g. send SMS messages directly from your base with Twilio).
The Team plan also offers premium customization options for forms. Forms can be customized with a cover image and logo. Additionally, Airtable branding can be removed. Airtable branding within bases cannot be removed on any plans.
The Team plan offers increased permission granularity via interface-only users.
Locked views and personal views are only available on paid Airtable plans.
- Locked views allow collaborators with creator or owner permissions to prevent all collaborators from altering a view's configuration (i.e., the customizable elements of a view like filters, field visibility, field order, row heights, and record coloring) until it's been explicitly unlocked by another collaborator with creator or owner permissions.
- Personal views allow a collaborator with creator, editor, or commenter permissions to create views that only the person who created the view can edit, and that are hidden from other collaborators' view bars by default.
On Team plan workspaces, checkbox fields have additional styles and colors—you're not just limited to the standard green checkmark.
On Team plan workspaces, rating fields have additional styles and colors — you're not just limited to the yellow star.
On Team plan workspaces, you can use record coloring, which allows you to automatically color records by using custom filtering conditions or by using single select fields.
On Team plan workspaces, users can choose to give their base and view share links additional layers of security by restricting access with a password or restricting access by email domain.
Anyone that wants to view the contents of a password-protected share link will need both the randomly generated URL and the password.
Anyone that wants to view the contents of an email domain-restricted share link will need both the randomly generated URL and to be logged into an Airtable account using an email address from the specified email domain.
Business and Enterprise Scale plans
These plans have access to all of the Team features highlighted above and more. These plans are intended for medium to large companies looking to maximize their value of Airtable with access to a suite of features that allow for increased security, permission granularity, organizational management, and more. If your team is interested in Business or Enterprise pricing, please contact our sales team.
Any student with a current school-issued email address can gain access to our student Team plan. This extended free trial (6 months to 24 months) is meant to give students an opportunity to experiment with and use the powerful features and increased limits that come with a typical Airtable Team license.
After signing up via one of the methods listed above, the length of the Student Team plan trial that you receive is uniquely based on the date on which you will graduate. You can expect to see a feature set that mimics the conventional Airtable Team plan. This means that you will see:
- A record limit of 25,000 records per base
- An attachment limit of 10GB per base
- A 1-year record revision history
- Access and increased limits to our very popular features such as Automations, Airtable Sync, extensions, and much more.
If you are brand new to Airtable we recommend checking out some of our favorite school-related templates:
To learn more about any of Airtable's plans, please see our pricing page. On the Team Trial, the top workspace in your account is upgraded to a complimentary Team plan for 14 days. You can select which plan to move the workspace to after the Team trial by clicking the Team trial banner to the right of the workspace's name.
If your workspace is on a Team trial and you let the trial expire, your workspace will lose access to the premium features unavailable on the Free plan.