Form limit: The form limit refers to the maximum number of forms that can be active on your plan.
Usage limit: The usage limit is the maximum number of times you can use a feature. Only the API call limit resets daily.
Submission limit: A form submission is the data collected when a user successfully completes a form. The submission limit refers to the total number of form responses from all forms that your account can support on a monthly basis.
Form view limit: The form view limit refers to the total number of times your forms can be viewed account-wide on a monthly basis. For more information, see Form View Limits.
Form field limit: A form field is an element of a form, such as a text box, calculator, or signature field. The form field limit refers to the maximum number of elements and/or widgets allowed on a form.
Payment submission limit: A payment submission is a submission through a form that accepts payment via Jotform’s payment integrations. The payment submission limit is the total number of valid payments you collect with your forms on a monthly basis.
Signed document limit: The signed document limit refers to the total number of e-signature documents you receive on your account every month.
Total submission storage: Total submission storage refers to the maximum number of form submissions you can store in your account.
Upload space: Upload space is the available disk space you can use to store files uploaded to your forms. To free up upload space, you can delete and then purge any of your form entries that include file uploads.
HIPAA compliance features: HIPAA compliance features are optional features, such as encryption, auditing, and PHI segmentation, that you can use to help make sure your forms comply with HIPAA regulations. These features are available on Gold and Enterprise plans only.
Jotform branding: Forms built by users on Jotform’s Starter plan include Jotform branding. Users on other Jotform plans can remove this branding and replace it with their own.