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Subscription plans

Explore Actioner's subscription plans and learn how about billing in Actioner.

» Visit Pricing page to learn more about different plans and their details.

Plan types in Actioner

When you sign up to Actioner, your 30-day trial starts and you get access to all features and solutions. We don't require a credit card during the trial so that you can try Actioner obligation-free. Please note that your 30-day trial includes 5,000,000 credits.

Free plan

Free plan is suitable for individuals and small teams. After your trial, you can switch to free tier forever. Free plan includes 10,000 credits, equivalent to 10,000 node executions per month.

Standard plan

Standard plan is ideal for teams looking to expand beyond the free limits. You can subscribe to the Standard plan with the option of 30,000 credits, 100,000 credits, 500,000 credits or 1,000,000 credits per month.

The number of credits included in your plan corresponds to the total number of node executions available each month. For more node executions, you can always purchase additional credits or enable unlimited additional credits.

Enterprise plan

Enterprise plan is tailored for teams with compliance and support requirements. It includes everything offered in the Standard plan, along with Dedicated account owner, Custom SLA, and Custom ToS options. If you are interested, please contact Actioner team here.

Definition of terms


A credit is a unit of usage on Actioner, and is defined with the execution of a single node. You can manage your credit usage by setting monthly limits in your workspace settings.

Node execution

Node execution refers to the process of running a specific node within an Actioner workflow. A single node execution uses 1 credit*, whether the result of execution is successful or failed.

* Please visit the Node execution section to learn more.

What is a node?

Workflows in Actioner are composed of nodes. Each step on your workflow canvas represents a node that is executed to run your workflow. Nodes can be linked in sequences or parallel branches to create a series of actions and tasks that form the workflow.

Node types, executions and credits

Node execution and credit usage

Visit Node execution and credit usage page to learn how credits are used by node executions through sample workflows.

Credits are the currency that equate to execution of a single node. The following table illustrates how credits are consumed based on different node types in Actioner.

TypeCredit it usesNotes
Action node1 credit per executionAn action node consumes 1 credit when executed.
Operator node1 credit per executionEach operator node uses 1 credit when executed.
Note: How many times a loop is executed is calculated through the number items in that loop.
Function node1 credit per executionA function node uses 1 credit when executed.
Output node1 credit per executionAn output node uses 1 credit when executed.
Job node1 credit per executionA job node uses 1 credit when executed.
Response node1 credit per executionA response node uses 1 credit when executed.
Workflow node1 credit per executionA workflow node uses 1 credit when executed.
AI node- 1 credit per execution
- Additional credits based on tokens* processed through OpenAI
Each AI node uses 1 credit when executed. Additionally, if you utilize Actioner's OpenAI instance, 1 credit is consumed for every 100 tokens* processed through ChatGPT 3.5 model or 10 tokens processed through ChatGPT 4 model.
*In the context of Actioner AI nodes, a word refers to a unit used for natural language processing. Specifically, for English text, 1 word is approximately equivalent to 4 characters. Additionally 100 token is approximately equivalent to 75 words. This measurement helps determine the usage of AI nodes. As a point of reference, the collected works of Shakespeare are about 900,000 words.

How to check your node executions

Please navigate to Usage section on Billing and plans page to see the executions of nodes per workflow.

Included credits

When you sign up for Actioner, your 30-day trial starts, which includes 5,000,000 credits. This means you can execute up to 5,000,000 nodes during your trial period.

When your trial ends, you are automatically enrolled in the Free plan. Free plan includes 10,000 credits per month, which equals to 10,000 node executions each month.

If you need additional node execution, you can upgrade your plan.

Standard plan offers varying amount of credits and node executions, allowing you to choose the most suitable option for your needs. The number of credits included in your plan corresponds to the total number of node executions available each month. If you need additional credits, you can set a spending limit on Billing and plan page. Each additional credit costs $0.001.

To upgrade your plan to Enterprise and learn about plan details, please contact the Actioner team here.

Additional credits

Additional credits refer to any node executions that exceed the quota of included credits provided by your paid plan. Additional node executions during each month are calculated and added to your subsequent invoice.

Spending limit

On your Billing and plan page, you can set a monthly spending limit for additional credits used by your node executions.

Let's check this with an example: If your account is on the Standard plan with 30,000 credits, and you set a $200 spending limit, you are limiting your monthly additional credits to 200,000.

When your node executions in the billing cycle reach 230,000; both your included credits (30,000) and additional credits (200,000) will be used, causing your workflows to temporarily pause. In your next invoice, you will then be billed an additional $200 for the additional credits and your workflows will continue running since your credits reset at the start of your next billing period.

If your total count of node executions within your billing cycle is 150,000, you will be billed only for the additional credits used, resulting in an additional charge of $120.

If your total count of node executions within your billing cycle is below 30,000, you will not be billed for additional credits.

You can adjust your spending limit at any time on the Billing and plans page.

Unlimited additional credits

Unlimited additional credits, if enabled, allow you to perform an unlimited number of node executions within your billing period. Your usage is billed at the end of your billing period and reflected to your next invoice.

Billing period

A billing period is the recurring time frame during which your node executions and billing are calculated.

For Standard plans on monthly subscription, the billing period begins when you subscribe to your plan and continues approximately once a month throughout the duration of your subscription.

For instance, if you subscribe on January 1st, your first billing period will span one month, concluding around February 1st, when a new billing period begins. Your invoices are generated based on the credit usage recorded during each billing period.

When you are on Standard and Enterprise annual plan, your subscription fee is charged once for the balance of one full year, and will not be charged again until the year is over. However, you’ll continue to get billed monthly for additional credits your node executions use.

Being on the annual billing cycle will give you a discount compared to if you had opted for monthly billing.

About cancelation

If you cancel an annual subscription, your workflows will continue to run until the end of your subscription period. Only until the included and additional credits are used, then your workflows will temporarily pause and will resume when the credit resets at the start of the next billing period. Once your subscription period ends, you'll automatically switch to Free plan.

For example, if you subscribed to the Standard annual plan on January 1st, 2023, and canceled it a few months later, your workflows will run according to the included credits and defined spending limit until January 1st, 2024. On this date, when you'll switch to Free plan.

Annual subscription fees are prepaid, and therefore can't be refunded.