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    What will happen when I reach the 100 submission limit per month?

    Asked by agvalue on June 28, 2017 at 05:42 PM

    I noticed on free plan that is included 100 form submission. What this means ? For example I have a form and I'll be able to receive 100 submission per month ? If I delete all submissions when it reaches 100 the users will be able to send more ?

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by Jim_R on June 28, 2017 at 07:16 PM

    A submission means someone filled out your form and submitted it. The 100 Monthly Submission Limit won't reduce its count if you delete submissions. It will just continue to rise until:

    - Either you hit the cap

    - Or it gets replenished

    Once you hit the limit, your forms will be disabled. All monthly limits reset back to 0 on the 1st day of each month.

    You can find the complete breakdown on our Pricing Page https://www.jotform.com/pricing

    To sum it up, on the Free Plan, you can:

    1. Create 5 forms (account-wide / lifetime)

    2. 100 Submissions (per month)

    3. 10 Submissions with Payments (per month)

    4. 100 MB Available Space (account-wide / lifetime)

    5. 1,000 Form Views (per month)

    6. 500 Total Submission Storage (account-wide / lifetime)

    Related guide: Understanding-Your-Account-Usage-and-Limits 

    Read the guide above, it's really detailed and contains lots of info about limits. In case you have other questions, just ask 😉