Our old Free Plan had a limit of 1,000 blocks of content. Now, you’re on our new free Personal Plan and can add as much content as you want!
We made a couple other changes, too:
We made it simpler to share pages with collaborators. Instead of adding them as guests or members, just send them a link.
You can now invite up to five guests to collaborate privately with you on pages in your workspace. To invite more guests, you'll need to upgrade to our Personal Pro Plan.
Learn more about all our plans at notion.so/pricing.
You've been automatically upgraded to our new Personal Pro Plan at no extra cost! In addition to all the features of the free Personal Plan, Personal Pro includes:
No limit on file uploads (5MB is the limit for free)
Unlimited guest collaborators (5 guests is the limit for free)
Version history up to 30 days
Priority customer support
You can switch back to the free Personal Plan at any time.
You can still add up to 5 guests to collaborate on any page in your workspace. If you've already added more than 5 guests, they will still be there. But to add more over the 5-guest limit, you’ll need to upgrade to the Personal Pro Plan.
That said, our new public editing feature makes it possible to allow any other Notion users with the page's link to add edits or comments.
No worries, you don’t have to remove anyone! Nothing is different for you until you hit 1,000 blocks of content. At that point, if you want to add more, you can:
Upgrade to our Team Plan.
Start a new workspace for just yourself and use it for free, indefinitely.
Remove members, and enjoy no content limits on your own.
Note: Make sure members in your workspace have their private pages backed up before you remove them!
We want to make it easy for you to take Notion for a spin with multiple members before you start paying. Here's how to do that:
Create a new Notion workspace, and select Team as the type when asked.
You'll be enrolled in a Team Plan free trial that gives you access to Team Plan features with trial limits on block content, guests and version history. When you hit those limits, you can upgrade.