Awesome Table Pricing

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    Orly Tandazo

    Every time a page is loaded it counts as a page view? I also have 3 tables on one page. Does that count as 3 views every time that page is visited?

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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    That's correct, @Orly. 3 Awesome Table views embedded on a single page will count as 3 pageviews once loaded. If possible, embed your views separately to avoid depleting your monthly pageview quota easily.

    A pageview is an instance of your Awesome Table view being loaded (or reloaded) in a browser. This view can either be your standalone Awesome Table in preview or edit mode or a view that's embedded on a website (WordPress, Joomla, New google sites, ...).

    Hope this clarifies everything.


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    Brandon Carraway

    Randolph - What if you have auto-refresh setup from within Awesome-Table? Does each refresh count against the total?

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    Paul Garcia Garnica

    Hi! free edition, apply for commercial use, only have de 1000 pageviews limitation?

     

    Regards

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    Paul Garcia Garnica

    i means, internal Work at company

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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    Hi @Brandon.

    If you're referring to Awesome Table's AT_reload() function, this won't affect your pageview quota since this doesn't reload the page. More about this here.


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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    Hi @Paul Garcia Garnica.

    You can use Awesome Table for personal or commercial use.

    A pricing plan is in place for individuals or organizations whose pageviews exceeds the free monthly quota. Please fill out this form if you anticipate that you'll require more pageviews or if you want to know more.

    Note: AwesomeTable is headquartered in Paris, France and our operating hours is Monday - Friday from 9 am - 6 pm CEST.

    Hope this helps.

    - Randy

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    Adnan Mahmood Usmani (Edited )

    Hi, Does the free version show some sort of licensing information, e.g. created with Awesome Table or it's white labeled? 

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    Thomas Morin

    Hello Adnan,

    I'm not sure to understand what you mean. Indeed, you have the same features with Awesome Table for free or by paying.

    Kind regards.

    Thomas

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    Brandon Carraway

    Adnan,

     

    The free version does not have licensing info, with the exception of the web URL clearly showing "awesome-table.com"

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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    Hi @Adnan.

    1) Awesome Table does not impose its branding when your views are embedded on websites (this is true for either our free or enterprise plans). Compare this to the majority of other web apps that adds a header or footer branding on their embedded apps with captions such as Created with ABC company or Powered by XYZ).

    2) Awesome Table does not offer white labeling (integrate company branding, domain, & customization of the editor's look and feel) for its Enterprise plan.

    Hope this helps.


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    Adnan Mahmood Usmani

    Thanks for the information.

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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    Hi @Adam.

    Please fill out this form to connect you to our proper channel. They'll be able to assist you better. Thanks. 

    - Randy

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    Drivera

    So these total views...  Are they per user account, or per domain?  That is, if your university is using Awesometable, do you get 1000 free page loads for the entire university, or per user?

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    Thomas Morin (Edited )

    Hello @Drivera,

    If you are a user from a Gsuite domain, you have 1,000 free page loads for the entire university not for each user.

    Kind regards.

    Thomas

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    Drivera

    So, hypothetically, if a school decides to use Awesometable for a view about test data (shared with maybe 10 people) and a random high school kid decides to create a view using his school GSuite account for his favorite Fortnite data and posts that to Reddit... which then gets upvoted and 50,000 people see it, then the school system will be responsible for that traffic when they had no knowledge of the view or the student use in the first place?

    I'm trying to wrap my head around liability and control of incoming costs at institutions.

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    Thomas Morin

    Hello @Drivera,

    In your example, the Gsuite domain will also be responsible for the page views for the two views (the one about test data and the one about Fornite).

    If you want to contact our commercial team, I suggest you create a ticket and they will be able to help with this kind of problem.

    Kind regards.

    Thomas

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