Depending on your Spreadsheet.com plan, your workbooks and worksheets are subject to limits on the amount of rows and attachments they can store.
All Spreadsheet.com plans – both free and paid – enable you to create an unlimited number of workbooks and folders.
Worksheets and workbooks are subject to different limits on the amount of rows they can contain. The amount of rows in a workbook is equal to the sum of the rows in each of its sheets. The limits are:
Rows per sheet
|Rows per workbook||1,500||10,000||100,000||200,000+|
Row Limits and Imported Workbooks
The same row limits are applied to imported workbooks and worksheets as they are to those created natively in Spreadsheet.com. Additionally, imported files cannot exceed 10MB.
If a workbook is imported with a worksheet that exceeds the worksheet row limit, that worksheet will be truncated to fit the maximum number of rows allowed per your plan.
If a workbook is imported with a total row count that exceeds the workbook row limit, worksheets will be imported as-is until the workbook row limit is reached. Once the limit is reached, subsequent imported worksheets will be truncated to 500 rows max.
To learn more about importing options and behavior, see our article on Importing Spreadsheets.
Attachment Storage Limits
Workbooks are subject to limits on the amount of attachments and images they can contain. The limits are:
|1 GB||5 GB||50 GB||Unlimited|
To learn more about images and attachments, see our series of articles on Attachment Columns and Cells and Images.