What this article covers:
- The broad strokes of the Personal plan
- Who is this plan for?
- How is this different from the Team plan?
The broad strokes of the Personal plan
The personal plan isn't as robust as our more expensive plans, but you still get the power of Unito's deep, two-way integrations for the work management tools you're used to. Here's what you get out of the plan:
- $10 a month when billed annually.
- 10 active users: We count active users differently depending on the tool you're using. Generally, active users include task assignees, authors, and commenters. With 10 active users, you'll have enough for a small team, but that might not be enough if you want to sync up with other teams. For more details on how we count active users, check the How Pricing Works article.
- 10-minute sync: Once you've created your sync, we'll check every 10 minutes to see if any changes were made to your tasks. Then, we'll sync any changes you made during that period. This means you won't instantly see the changes made to a task. If you don't have many tasks being frequently updated, this can suit your needs. Otherwise, you might need the faster sync times offered by our more comprehensive plans.
- Five auto syncs: While you can create as many syncs as you want, no matter your plan, only five of them will be automatically synced every 10 minutes. Your other syncs will have to be manually triggered. For more information on the difference between auto syncs and manual syncs, check out this article.
- Filtering: With filters, you can control the flow of information between your tools. For example, you could create a filter that checks for specific labels, so only tasks with those labels will be included in your sync. This can be useful for filtering tasks from a handful of collaborators or tasks that have an upcoming due date. If you want to know more about setting up filters, read our article on the topic.
Who is this plan for?
With ten active users, this plan is best suited for people leading small teams — like a small dev team — or freelancers looking to give a handful of important clients greater visibility on their work. If you're running on a tight budget, this could be the plan for you.
If you're leading a larger team, or you're often collaborating with other teams, you might be better served by one of our other plans, like the Team plan. If you're not sure if this plan is right for you, you can always reach out to us. We'll help you figure this out.
How is this plan different from the Team plan?
The Team plan is our next plan up from the Personal plan. It's designed for larger teams that need quicker collaboration. Here's how the two differ:
If you have any questions about the differences between these plans — or you're thinking of changing your plan — please get in touch! We'll be happy to help.