Depending on your Spreadsheet.com plan, your workbooks will have limits to the rows, columns, and data they can store. All users have access to unlimited Workbooks and Folders, but other storage and size limits are noted in the table below.
|Number of Folders||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Number of Workbooks||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Rows per Workbook||≤2,000||≤20,000||≤100,000||200,000+|
|Columns per Worksheet||≤500||≤500||≤500||≤500|
|Storage||2 GB per
|10 GB per
|30 GB per
The workbook storage limit is most easily reached via Attachments. When using the Attachment Data Type, you should make sure you do not include file sizes that are too large, and may wish to compress files before adding to Spreadsheet.com.
NOTE: The row limits above apply to the entire workbook. In other words, the total number of rows across each worksheet in the workbook. Currently each worksheet has a 10,000 row limit. We are working to eliminate this worksheet-level row limit. Stay tuned for product updates related to this.