The biggest difference is how you can collaborate with others.
The free Personal Plan is designed for individual use, but allows up to 5 unique guests. These are friends, family members, and others you can invite to collaborate with you privately on any page. You can also share a page publicly and turn on commenting or editing access. In the Share menu at the top right, turn on "Share to web" then "Allow editing." Any Notion user with the link will be able to edit your page.
With the Personal Pro Plan, you can invite unlimited guests for private collaboration. For example, if you run your own business, you can invite all your clients to provide feedback on your work.
With the Team Plan, you can add members to your workspace so you all share and work on the same content. It also comes with more permission and admin controls so you and your teammates can work together securely. See the plan comparison chart for more details.
Upgrade to the Personal Pro Plan for unlimited guests, or the Team Plan if you collaborate with the same group of people automatically. You can also review and remove inactive guests in Settings & Members.
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 a 1,000-block content limit. When you hit that limit, you can upgrade.
You can still read, edit, and organize existing content blocks as usual, but you won’t be able to add new content blocks.
However, you can delete existing content blocks to free up your storage.
Absolutely! Notion is free to use indefinitely.
The Personal Plan is completely free for individual use. The Team Plan has a free trial with a 1,000 block limit, more than enough to try out Notion with your team before upgrading.
A block is any single piece of content you add to your page, like a paragraph of text, a to-do item, an image, a code block, an embedded file, etc. Think of your page as being made up of these building blocks.
Of course! It works just like the storage limit on your phone or computer. If you delete something, you will free up space for more.
The Personal Pro Plan is free for students and educators. This lets you collaborate with unlimited guests and gives you version history. Simply sign up with your school email address and you’ll immediately gain access to these features.
If you’re already on a Personal Pro Plan, change the email associated with your account to your school email address to get it for free. If you're already on our free Education Plan, you've been automatically upgraded to the Personal Pro Plan.
You can earn credit by using Notion across your devices and trying out new features. Go to the Earn Credit tab in Settings & Members to learn more.
To apply credit, you must first upgrade to a paid plan. As part of this process, you can choose to apply some or all of your account credit to the plan.
We still require your billing information, even if you applied enough credit to make your first bill $0, because you may run out of credit in the future and we need to be able to charge your account.
If you run out of credit, your account will be charged via your selected payment method.
Yes, you can earn up to $200 in credit.
If you are on a free Team trial, you can set the access level on each page to "Full access," "Can view," or "Can comment." That dictates how other users can interact with that page. "Full access" means someone can edit, comment, and share the page with others.
On paid Team and Enterprise Plans, you have the ability to grant "Can edit" access to other users. This gives someone the ability to edit and comment on that page, but not share it with others. This is especially useful if you do not want your content leaking outside your team.
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On a free Team trial, every member in your workspace is an admin. This means all of you can adjust team settings and invite other people into the workspace.
If you want only a few people to have admin abilities, we recommend upgrading to the full Team Plan. It comes with tools that allow you to make only select people admins while everyone else is a member. Members can't edit billing information or security options, and they can't add other members to the workspace.
If you upgrade your workspace to Personal Pro, you will be charged a flat fee ($5 monthly or $48 yearly).
Guests are free of charge, but they can only be added to one page at a time.
If you upgrade your workspace to the Team Plan, you will be charged a fee per member ($10 monthly or $96 yearly). For example, if you pay per month and have 5 members, you will be charged $50 each month.
Guests are free of charge – but they can only access individual pages they are invited to. In other words, guests won’t be able to see all the team pages under the "Workspace" section in the left sidebar.
Yes! We offer both monthly and yearly billing options. The yearly billing option is always cheaper (an estimated 20% discount). For example, the Team Plan is $10 per member per month when you choose the monthly option, but $8 per member per month if you choose to pay yearly.
Whether you're on a monthly or yearly billing schedule, your account may be charged on a monthly basis if you make these types of changes. If you added members, your account will be charged a prorated amount based on the percentage of the billing cycle left at the time each member was added. If you removed members, your account will be credited in the same way.
Upgrading or downgrading your plan works similarly to adding and removing members. Your account will be charged or credited based on the percentage of the billing cycle left at the time the plan was changed.
Your Notion subscription, annual or monthly, will automatically renew until you cancel it. You can cancel your subscription by going to "Settings & Members" in the left-hand sidebar on a desktop computer, then selecting "Plans," then "Downgrade." After you cancel, you’ll still have access to all the paid features until the end of your billing cycle.
Your account email will be notified after each failed payment. Payments may be retried up to 4 times within the next month. After this, if the payment did not succeed, you will be downgraded to the free plan.
You can change your payment method at any time in your billing settings.
Our refund policy is simple. If you believe you've made a mistake signing up for a paid Notion subscription online or in-app, please contact us inside the app or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be happy to refund you the full amount (not pro-rated) if you downgrade your subscription within 72 hours of signing up for monthly billing, or within 30 days of signing up for annual billing.
And if for any reason you're unhappy with Notion, please let us know at email@example.com — we'd love to hear your feedback, and will be happy to work with you to create the best experience possible.
If you live in the European Union, United Kingdom, or another region with a mandatory refund policy, you may be eligible for a monthly subscription refund past 72 hours. For example, customers in the European Union can receive a full refund for a monthly subscription within 14 days of purchase, rather than 72 hours.
To request a refund, please contact us inside the app or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you live in a region with a mandatory refund policy, please let us know and we'll be happy to assist you.
We do not offer a standard SLA. For teams with greater than 100 members, we can offer a custom SLA.
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Content created via import doesn’t count toward your workspace’s storage limit. We want to make sure you get started with Notion as smoothly as possible.
We use Stripe to process your payment. It’s the same payment provider used by products such as Twitter, Pinterest, and Lyft. We do not handle your credit card information directly.
Yes! You can use the same email address to create and join multiple teams. However, each one of these workspaces is on its own plan and needs to be upgraded individually.