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How does the plan's records limit work?
How does the plan's records limit work?

What's included (and not included) in the records calculation for extensions? How many Airtable records can I process?

Updated over a week ago

⚠️ Update

This article only applies to some legacy plans that had limits on updated records. Current plans have no record limits.

Some miniExtensions plans may have a limit on the total unique Airtable records updated with extensions per month, per workspace. You can see if your workspace is limited or unlimited by going to the Settings Page.


If you do not see a limit counter on the Settings Page, then your plan has unlimited usage.

If you are in a limited workspace, there are two independent limits:

  1. Forms & Portals:

    1. Total unique records updated per month.

    2. Total records created per month.

    1. Total unique records processed per month.


Do records created/updated on forms & portals by the extension owner or collaborators count toward the limit?

No, if you are testing your form/portal while logged in (you see the Edit Extension button), your actions will not be counted in the calculation.

Are records created/edited in child forms (linked records) included in this limit?


If a record is updated multiple times during the month, does it count multiple times?

No, the number is calculated based on the total unique Airtable records that were updated. If the same Airtable record is updated multiple times in the same month, it only gets counted once.

Use case example

Q: We want to email 200 members on our mailing list a link to their record, for them to edit their details. Our plan has a limit of 150 record updates. Can the users update their records each month?

If each user has 1 record to update, then yes. If a user edits his/her record multiple time in the same month, it will be counted as one edit only. It will only be counted in the usage when the record is edited for the first time in the current month.


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