At Layer, we understand that pricing is important when deciding whether to commit to a new service. We believe pricing should reflect the value it generates for our customers.

We believe that users with only one spreadsheet to manage, and a handful of collaborators, should naturally be charged less than large enterprise users that may have custom requirements.

Therefore, you can expect to see both a Forever Free and a customized Enterprise to serve the needs of both ends of the spectrum.

  • Forever Free: This plan should get your team started. It is targeted at the most basic needs. Create one connection and share it with unlimited collaborators. You can stay free forever.

  • Starter (€49/month): Everything from the forever free plan plus you create up to four connections with unlimited collaborators and use any number of our premium integrations (Salesforce, HubSpot, BambooHR, Personio, HiBob, Xero, and QuickBooks). We offer fast online support for all add-on users with the starter plan.

  • Plus (€99/month): Everything from the starter plan plus you can create up to ten connections (connected spreadsheets) and share them an unlimited number of collaborators. All premium integrations are included. Fast online support will assist you in all matters.

  • Pro (€199/month): Everything from the plus plan. Our best value plan allows an add-on user to create unlimited connections with unlimited collaborators.

  • Enterprise: Fully customized to your organization's needs (for example, offering support for custom branded emails to collaborators). If you need more than five add-on users, get in touch with our sales team, and we'll be sure to create a bespoke offer that fits your needs.

Where do I begin?

To let you experience everything that Layer has to offer, we automatically give all new users access to all Layer features for the first 14 days after installing the add-on. During your trial period, we recommend to try Layer's full set of features including both connections and integrations to see which you actually need before commiting to any of the plans above.

Does Layer have a trial period?

Yes, 14 days. During this time you can use all features that Layer offers including unlimited connections for free. To check much longer your trial period. leftpen the menu (top

What happens after the trial period expires?

Once the trial period expires, there will be no surprises. Layer won't charge you until you decide to get ahead with a paid plan. You can simply continue to use Layer in the Forever Free plan or choose a higher plan based on your usage. None of your connections (connected files) will be deleted. However, we do deactivate the review functionality once the trial ends for all connections above the limit of one free connection.

Can I extend my trial period?

In specific situations, you can. Feel free to reach out to our team for a case-by-case analysis.

Does my free trial limit my access to features?

No. When you're in the trial, you'll get access to all of the product's features so you can experience Layer without limitations.

What types of payment do you accept?

You can pay using credit cards, a SEPA mandate, or a bank transfer.

Do I need to enter my credit card info to sign up?

No need to enter any credit card details on signup. The trial period starts and ends automatically. No action required. Once you pick one of our paid plans, we'll send you a Stripe payment link with the invoice. All payments happen on Stripe.

Are there any setup fees?

There are no setup fees with Layer.

Are there any overage fees?

While we don't expect to have direct overage fees, Layer is designed to scale with the size of your business, so it will be likely that you will have to consider expanding your plan once you reach its specific usage limits.

Is there any yearly discount?

Yes, we offer 20% off on yearly plans.

I am part of an NGO, is there any discount?

Yes, we offer NGOs 50% off.

Have any questions?

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